Micheal Godel interviews Querciabella’s winemaker Manfred Ing in his latest article about Chianti Classico.
The comprehensive report about this year’s Chianti Classico Collection leaves no doubt that Micheal Godel is one of the most knowledgable Chianti Classico ambassadors even beyond the Canadian borders. In his latest article on Godello.ca, he poses four timely questions to 17 Chianti Classico producers. Their answers further the confirmation of the territory’s ability to consistently achieve high quality.
Talking about his own experience at Querciabella, Manfred Ing shares his optimism about the harvest 2020 and pins down the winery’s advancements to the unique plant-based regime.
I feel we reached a great understanding of the minute details of our vineyard sites and consequently we started to truly express their uniqueness.
In a vintage like no others, it’s inevitable to acknowledge the repercussions of Covid-19. As the wine industry faces another great global unknown, we are confident that we’ll hit back with a stronger proposition.
At Querciabella we’re are always concerned about the wellbeing of those around us and we took the whole situation very seriously. We implemented all measures suggested to contain the spreading of the virus (…) all trips and events have being cancelled or postponed until further notice, so we are starting to evaluate new strategies and diverse business opportunities.
The article also promotes Passport to Chianti Classico – The Sequel, a mixed 12-pack that can be purchased directly from WineAlign webpage. This latest initiative is the result of an intensive tasting program in collaboration with Consorzio Vini Chianti Classico.
WineAlign.com is a Canadian online service that helps choose the best wines in stock at LCBO. The Passport to Chianti Classico – The Sequel Case ships in late September 2020.