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Rocca delle Macìe Chianti Cl. Ris. Zingarelli 2018

Rocca delle Macìe Chianti Cl. Ris. Zingarelli


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/ 0.75 L btl
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Spec sheet

TypeRed Wine
AllergensContains sulfites
Alcohol contenti14.5%

The wine

A wine that is emblematic of the territory from which it originates and the ultimate expression of its characteristics, Rocca delle Macìe's Riserva Zingarelli proudly bears the name of the family of the legendary Italo on its label, expressing the strong bond it has with Chianti Classico. It is the result of a selection of the best grapes from the four Castellina in Chianti estates, a blend of Rocca delle Macìe's various terroirs.

The original blend of Sangiovese, Cabernet Sauvignon and Colorino is a blend of tradition and innovation that gives rise to a ruby red wine, with a bouquet of currants and morello cherries, and notes of pink pepper and sweet spices. Its balance makes it suitable for a variety of culinary preparations but also to accompany a good, well-aged cheese.

What does this wine taste like?

Ruby red
Redcurrants / Marasca / Red pepper / Sweet spices
Balanced / Ricco / Aromatic / Fine

Drinking and storing

Serve between 16ºC and 18ºC

Food pairing

Roasts, Game, Any type of meat, Cured cheeses

Ratings and awards

201793 SK
SK: Suckling

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The winery

Rocca delle Macìe

Rocca delle Macìe

Rocca delle Macìe was established in 1973, when Italo Zingarelli, the film producer of Ettore Scola's film "C'eravamo tanto amati" (We All Loved Each Other So Much) and of the highly successful series of films starring Bud Spencer and Terence Hill, decided to make his life's dream come true by purchasing the "Le Macìe" estate - 93 hectares, of which only two are planted with vines - in order to establish a winery in the heart of the Chianti...