Castelli dei Grevpesa Strade di Toscana 2019
dried blueberry, boysenberry preserve, fennel seed, balsamic syrup, and cigar wrapper
The 1960s were a turning point in the history of Chianti Classico, with many older producers retiring, and younger producers debating the merits of vineyard technology and questioning the region’s traditional wine laws. Amidst the chaos, winemaker Armando Nunzi founded the Castelli dei Grevepesa co-op with 17 neighboring winegrowers, pooling their resources to improve the marketing and winemaking techniques of their region. Today, the co-op numbers over 100 growers, most of whom bottle their wines under the Chianti Classico or IGT Toscana designations.
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