Two comparably priced, entry-level wines from Chianti by major producers, both with deep roots in the winemaking history of Tuscany. Is one clearly superior? The
I’m ambivalent about publishing negative wine reviews. Who wants to read about “blah”? But books and film receive negative reviews that are informative—why not wine?
I love Chianti for one reason. The good ones have dusty, baked earth notes that remind me of country roads on warm summer days. It’s
Among all wines, fine as well as cheap, the contrast between old world and new world is breaking down as an international style using ripe
Get ready for a pucker punch. Not recommended as a sipper but OK for your next pizza night. One of the top wine estates in
This is a very straightforward Chianti. Nothing too complicated or deep; just a good table wine. Bright cherry, with soft baked earth and clove notes