£47.30/ 0.5 L btl
Vin Santo Castello di Brolio has an amber yellow color in the glass. On the nose hints of hazelnut cream, almond and dried fig. The taste is soft, sweet, voluminous and enveloping. The aftertaste is long and complex with a finish that brings back to the olfactory sensations.
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Ricasoli is considered by many to be the most representative winery in Chianti Classico, in the municipality of Gaiole in Chianti. The history of the Ricasoli family has been linked to wine since 1141: written records dating back to then show that the Castle of Brolio was already in the family's possession. And it was thanks to Baron Bettino Ricasoli, an illustrious politician and wine entrepreneur of great farsightedness, that in 1872 the Chianti...