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Vin Santo del Chianti I Veroni 2016 - 37.5cl
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Vin Santo del Chianti I Veroni 2016 - 37.5cl

I Veroni

Vin Santo del Chianti by I Veroni is a sweet amber wine that matures for 8 years in the classic Tuscan caratelli. Made from grapes left to dry in racks until January, it gives the nose with aromas of chestnut honey, dried fruit and resin, with rich and enveloping returns, never too sweet, with excellent aromatic persistence and creamy texture

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Vin Santo del Chianti DOC


Sangiovese 60%, Canaiolo 20% and Malvasia Bianca 20%


Alcohol content

15.5 %


37.5 cl Bottle


Soft pressing of dried grapes and alcoholic fermentation with static decantation in little barrels of 100 l


8 years in little chestnut and oak barrels and 14 months in bottle

Filosofia produttiva

Indigenous yeasts

Additional Notes

Contains sulfites


Vin Santo del Chianti from the I Veroni winery is a label of the great Tuscan tradition. It still represents the wine that symbolizes the history and oldest customs of the area. It is produced following the ancient savoir-faire of the past, with an approach that is still artisanal and familiar. It is made from dried grapes and aged in small wooden casks for many years. The result is a complex, intense, rich, seductive wine, ideal for enjoying at the end of a dinner party.

This Vin Santo is produced in the beautiful hillside area of Rùfina, in the heart of the Chianti Classico region. The I Veroni estate covers an area of 70 hectares, 20 of which are planted with vines, with a density of 5,000 vines per hectare and managed under organic farming methods. The vineyards are located between 100 and 350 meters above sea level, near the ancient Pieve di San Martino in Quona. Most of the vineyards are planted with Sangiovese or international red grapes, except for a small part dedicated to white grapes for the production of Vin Santo. The Sangiovese, Canaiolo and Tuscan Malvasia grapes, used to produce Occhio di Pernice, come from a small vineyard located in the Fornace location with southern, southwestern exposure. Harvesting takes place in October, and the best bunches are laid out to dry until January. After pressing, fermentation with indigenous yeasts takes place in 100-litre oak and chestnut barrels. The wine matures for 8 years in the kegs and is aged for 14 months in bottles before release for sale.

Vin Santo del Chianti represents the memory of the Chianti region and the oldest Tuscan family traditions. It is coloured in the glass with an amber, intense and lustrous guise. The aromas are reminiscent of the sweetness of chestnut honey, caramel, aromas of dried fruit, resin and walnut husk. The sip is persuasive and enveloping, warm and deep, broad and rich, with a very persistent finish.


Intense and bright amber


Viscous, silky and enveloping, animated by great freshness and long aromatic persistence


Chestnut honey, resin, caramel, walnut and almond with salty tones