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Travignoli Chianti Rufina 2012 (Half Bottle)

ID No: 442087
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Country:Italy
Region:Tuscany
Grape Type:Sangiovese
Winery:Travignoli
Product Description

Travignoli Chianti Rufina 2012 (Half Bottle) is 100 percent 100% Sangiovese.

A ruby red color with garnet reflections.
An intense, vinous bouquet with hints of leather and ripe cherry fruit. The flavor is full of mature fruit with nuances of leather and liquorice. The finish is persistent and rich.

Fermentation in stainless steel at controlled temperatures for 7 to 8 days with an additional 3 to 4 days on the skins. The wine is then racked and goes through malolactic. It is then racked again and stays another 7 months in stainless steel.

Pairs well with salamis, pastas, grilled or roasted meats, dishes flavored with mushrooms, or rosemary. Excellent with polenta dishes.

Winery: Travignoli

The Travignoli Estate
Travignoli was founded in the 1700’s and has been operating by the Busi family since the 1800s. Grapes have been grown on the property since the 1400’s. Travignoli translated means “through the vineyards” - you must go through the vineyards to reach the main house. Travignoli is partially surrounded by the vineyards of Frescobaldi, in the heart of the Rufina zone where wine has been produced since the 15th century.
 The farm also produces olive oil within the confines of the group Laudemio, which is olive oil that is extra virgin in quality, vintage date, and less than .02% acid (normal extra virgin is .05% acid).
Giovani Busi is the winemaker with the advice of internationally enologist Giacomo Tachis. The cellars date backt to the 12th century but equipped with the latest technology.

The
Travignoli Vineyard
Total farm size 90 hectares (222.3 acres): 60 hectares of vines (148.2 acres), 25 hectares of olive trees. The vineyard surface is broken down as follow: 
A. 50.5 ha Chianti Rufina
B. 8.0 ha Cabernet Sauvignon
C. 1.0 ha Chardonnay
D. 0.5 ha Merlot
Chianti Rufina, the smallest Chianti area, is located northeast of Florence on the sandy calcareous lower slopes of the Apennines. It is said to be "one of Tuscany's most priviliged vineyard areas where Chianti reaches heights of size and longevity rivalled only on privileged parts of Classico".
The Chianti Rufina vineyard is planted on clay, marl and calcareous soil with a large percentage of rocks stones for good drainage. The vines are an average of 10-25 years old.

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