£26.48/ 0.75 L btl
What does this wine taste like?
|Ruby red / Clean / Luminous|
|Rosa canina / Blackberries / Blueberries / Confettura di frutti di bosco / Cocoa / Indian ink / Tobacco / Liquirizia / Spezie scure|
|Structured / Dinamico / Sapido / Fresh / Tannino elegante / Morbido|
Drinking and storing
Barbecues / Arrosto di vitello / Arrosto di manzo al ginepro / Pasta with bolognese sauce / Piatti speziati
Ratings and awards
|2017||93+ PK||16+ JR||94 SK||93 VN|
|2016||94 PK||16 JR||92 SK||93 VN||91 WS|
|2015||92 PK||17+ JR||91 VN||92 WS|
|2013||93 PK||16 JR||3 GR||92 WS|
Wine critics reviewsReviews by Suckling, Parker, Jancis Robinson, and Parker
Three B's, Four Stars
Easy to memorize, Brancaia stands for three B's: Berries, Body and Balanced. I love this Chianti Classico Riserva with it's dense tannins and long finish. You can drink it now, but maybe better to be a bit more patient and give it a little more aging.
Great value chianti classico riserva
Hard to find better value chianti classico reserva. Very typical chianti with sour cherry and red fruit flavours. Goof balance of tannins, acidity and alcohol. Could have more complexity but for the money it is a perfect every day chianti.
Brancaia Chianti Classico Riserva 2019
Anyone who likes Italian reds should try this, lovely on its own or with food. We have had it with cold meats and cheese but it went particularly well with slow roasted pork belly. Wouldn’t hesitate to recommend this wine.
cherry, violets & herbs
The price price to quality ratio for this wine is phenomenal. Tastes of cherry, violets and herb. Others at dinner tastes slight hints of vanilla. Would buy again. Decanted for 1hr.
Expensive but worth it
I wouldn't normally pay this much for a Chianti - even Classico Riserva - and took a chance with this bottle. It was worth it - one of the best. A special treat.
|Vinification material||Stainless steel|
|Ageing period||16 months|
|Type of wood||Oak|
|Soil||Clay / Calcareous-clay|
Young oenologist Barbara Widmer has taken over the reins of a winery from her father Bruno. The winery, bought by the family in 1981 when it was still an abandoned farmhouse, is today among the most consistent and reliable in Chianti, with a clear international inclination, but never at the expense of territoriality and traditional appellations. With highly sustainable viticulture, Barbara's vigour and dynamism equals her love for the territory. Active on particularly...