Red wine

  • Tasting Notes

    Our Candoni Chianti comes from a very careful selection of Sangiovese and Canaiolo grapes. It has an intense ruby-red purple color and a fresh almond and ripe blackberry fragrance, with a soft, earthy, dry finish on the palate.

  • Finished Wine

    • •Varietal content:
      85% Sangiovese, 15% Canaiolo Nero
    • •Region: Tuscany
    • •Appellation: D.O.C.G.
    • •Alcohol level: 13% by volume
    • •Content: 750 mL / 12 units in a case,
      1.5 L / 6 units in a case
  • Vineyard & Winemaking Notes

    The rich soil and the mild winter temperatures with low rainfall allow the vines to regain their growth and production balance, reaching excellent ripening during the summer months. After the harvest the grapes are destemmed and crushed, then fermented in temperature-controlled  cement tanks with their indigenous yeasts. Malolactic fermentation occurs spontaneously. The wine ages in concrete tanks and in large untoasted l barrels, before being blended. This is followed by refinement for a few months in the bottle.

  • Best with

    Pairs exceptionally well with red meats, hearty soups, and aged cheeses.

  • How to Serve

    Serve at 64-68°F in large transparent crystal goblets.

  • Conservation

    Conserve in a cool, dark cellar at a constant temperature, ensuring that the bottle is in a horizontal position.




Tuscany, a region in central Italy, is renowned for its breathtaking landscapes, rich history, and cultural heritage. It's often considered the epitome of the Italian countryside, with its rolling hills, vineyards, olive groves, and picturesque towns.
Tuscany's landscape is incredibly diverse, ranging from the rugged Apennine Mountains in the east to the coastal plains along the Tyrrhenian Sea in the west. The region is characterized by its iconic rolling hills, adorned with vineyards, cypress trees, and medieval hilltop villages. The countryside is dotted with farms, orchards, and fields of sunflowers and wheat, creating a patchwork of colors that change with the seasons.
Tuscany boasts a rich cultural heritage that dates back thousands of years. It was the birthplace of the Renaissance, and cities like Florence, Siena, and Pisa are home to some of the world's most famous art and architecture.
Tuscany is one of Italy's most important wine-producing regions, known for its world-class wines. The Chianti region, around Siena, in particular, produces some of Italy's most famous red wines, made primarily from Sangiovese grapes. Overall, Tuscany's combination of stunning landscapes, rich cultural heritage, delicious cuisine, and world-class wines makes it a truly unforgettable destination for travelers from around the globe.