Querciabella Chianti Classico and Mongrana shine among the world’s Top Value wines recommended by the most influential wine publications, delivering a sweet spot between value and class.
Querciabella wines win top spots in The Tuscan Masters, the annual competition organized by The Drinks Business that blind-tastes wines from the classic appellations along with the blends of Toscana IGT.
James Suckling reviews the new releases of Camartina 2016 and Palafreno 2016 as well as the latest vintages of Turpino and Mongrana with scores above 90 points. It’s Batàr 2018, though, that steals the show!
In Wine Spectator’s annual tasting report by Bruce Sanderson, Querciabella fares well among Tuscany’s greatest wine estates for both quality and value.
DoctorWine Essential Guide 2021 rates Batàr 2017 and Querciabella Riserva 2017 among the top-scoring wines and ranks Querciabella among Italy’s finest producers.