Chianti is an Italian wine region in Tuscany. Chianti wine is Italy’s most famous wine and is mainly made from Sangiovese grapes. There are several quality levels of Chianti, starting with basic Chianti, moving up to Chianti Classico, followed by Chianti Riserva. Chianti Classico comes from an area of about 100 square miles and must spend at least 12 months aging in oak barrels before bottling. Chianti Riserva must spend at least two years ageing in oak barrels and three months in bottle before being released for sale. Chianti wines often have a complex, savoury character that should appeal to anyone bored of purely fruit driven wines.

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