The estate’s core wine, Chianti Terre di Corzano, is drawn from 90% Sangiovese co-fermented with 10% Canaiolo, all hand-harvested from Corzano’s rocky, south-facing slopes. Aged in a combination of large 25 and 40-hectolitre botti casks (still very rare in Tuscany) and older barriques. This is a gorgeously pure and vibrant Chianti that speaks loudly of the Florentine hills where it was grown. Expect a plump, medium-bodied palate packed with lifted black cherry fruit along with hints of bay leaf and Mediterranean herbs. The ample, generous fruit is balanced by racy, energetic acidity and robust tannins. In short, this is a wonderful farmhouse red from this inspiring estate and the finest example of this wine we’ve tasted.