how to pair the wines:
Chianti Classico: perfect with simple pasta and tomato sauce or cheeses with salami, and “prosciutto”
Chianti Classico riserva: more complex than the previous, needs a pasta with meat sauce , aged cheeses or grilled meat.
Rosso di Montalcino: as Chianti Classico can be perfect for a simple dinner, also with a home made pizza.
Brunello di Montalcino: better to pair with a tasty food, perfect with “Lasagne”, a beef stew, or a selection of aged cheeses. Because of the very smooth tannins can be perfect also as sipping wine.
Supertuscan: the king of sipping wines, great also with tasty food but unbeatable in front of your fireplace during the winter or in front of a great landscape under your patio during the summer.
Nobile di Montepulciano: we can consider the Nobile in the middle way between the Brunello and the Chianti Classico in terms of complexity and body. It’s a wine all-around, from sipping to pasta to grilled meat.
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