Castello di Querceto - Cignale, Tuscany 2007

Fine Wine
Castello di Querceto - Cignale, Tuscany 2007

Country of Origin


Key Information

The vineyard is located at an altitude of 470 Metres, the highest in Chianti.

This helps to preserve the acidity and aromatic compounds.

Grapes are hand picked and strictly selected.

Only 80 cases are produced from 1ha vineyard.


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