Carefully blended from three of the finest districts of the appellation, Querciabella Chianti Classico redefines Sangiovese with brilliance, clarity and a great depth of flavour.



Grape Varieties

  • Sangiovese
The future of Chianti Classico.
James Suckling jamessuckling.com 2015
Speaks with a clear Chianti voice.
Eric Asimov The New York Times 2008
Querciabella makes a consistently beautiful Chianti Classico.
Stephen Brook The World of Fine Wine 2012

Querciabella Chianti Classico has been the centrepiece of Querciabella’s winemaking operations since the winery’s debut. Consistently ranking at the highest levels of critical acclaim it’s a real delight for wine and food enthusiasts all over the world.

Querciabella Chianti Classico represents the pinnacle of high-altitude, perfectly exposed Sangiovese fruit. A beautiful balancing act of crisp, inviting acidity, pure varietal fruit flavour and character deriving from sourcing the grapes from top sites in three of the denomination’s best sub-zones.

Grapes are carefully selected in the vineyards, and harvested by hand. They are destemmed, never crushed, then conveyed into temperature-controlled stainless steel vats for alcoholic fermentation. Maceration lasts about 12 days. After completing full malolactic fermentation, the wine is transferred into barriques and tonneaux. The oak is 100% French (5% new; the remainder consists of second and third-fill barrels). The wine is regularly racked and tasted during the entire maturation period, which may last up to 14 months.

At the end of the élevage, the best lots are selected through extensive tasting and assembled to create the final blend. After bottling, the wine rests for at least three months before release.

No animal products or byproducts are used in the production of this wine, making it suitable for vegans and vegetarians.

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