The estate’s base wine produced using the traditional Tuscan vinification technique, which sees the addition of dried grapes after the first fermentation. Ready in the spring, this wine is soft, lively, easy to drink and can also be enjoyed cold in the fridge during the summer.
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An authentic expression of Chianti Classico. Only native grapes, to maintain the most typical formula of the most famous of Italian wines, respecting tradition and the territory, enhancing the beautiful ruby red of Sangioveto.
A careful selection of the best grapes of the estate: only native varieties, without Cabernet or Merlot. A wine which best interprets the territory of Chianti Classico to obtain the best from every vintage. Ageing lasts for about 15 months in used barriques, followed by another 15 months in the bottle.
The Chianti Classico cru, a Reserve wine obtained from a single vineyard and which received from the critics the highest scores for its elegance and typical characteristics. A wine that showcases the enormous potential of the Sangioveto grape.
Pure Cabernet Sauvignon, putting Castellare’s productive capacities to the test with the rest of the world. Work carried out in the vineyard and a wine-making process focused more on elegance than power. A result which, apart from the strong note of a Cabernet, goes a long way to illustrate the characteristics of the terroir.
Tuscany is a land of excellence for Merlot. Castellare merlot, thanks to the special location of the vineyard, has a rare personality. Since the first vintage it was defined as a monument to wine excellence.
Castellare’s top wine, ranked in the Wine Spectator Top 100 on multiple occasions and recognised with the prestigious Gambero Rosso’s Tre Bicchieri and Bidenda’s Cinque Grappoli ratings. The company takes great pride in demonstrating the greatness of the Sangioveto variety, paired with Malvasia Nera, achieving a worldwide position of sixth place.
Tangible proof that Tuscany is also a land of white wines, even if for the most part produced using international varieties. A pleasant wine to drink, in which the depth of a Chardonnay and the aroma typical of a Sauvignon Blanc come together in a delicate and equally full-flavoured blend.
Canonico’s twin, but made with Sauvignon Blanc grapes, the most charming, yet also the most challenging white grape. Like its twin, recommended for those who love complex wines and characterised by rich fragrances, aromas and a long texture, even if made with white grapes. A wine ideal to savour as if reading the score of a great musical composition.
A full bodied and complex white wine to drink aged. Capable of withstanding even the most flavourful dishes, thanks to the vinification in barriques and a long ageing period in the bottle. A Burgundian style Chardonnay, for those who love a wine with a depth of taste.
Neither too dry nor too sweet. Produced in strict accordance with tradition, but with Malvasia Bianca and a small amount of Trebbiano grapes dried out in an aired area and not on “cannicci” (special wicker surfaces). And then in half-barriques with 20 to 30 year old deposits (“madri”). There’s never enough.
The secret of great Grappas lies in the quality of the marc and the speed with which these are distilled, as they are therefore able to retain all the aromas and softness of the great grape. Grappa di Castellare is produced using Sangioveto marc, brought to be distilled within 36 hours and thus able to maintain the freshness of the aromas and notes typical of the grape. The result is a distilled wine of unparalleled finesse, remarkable in terms of its purity and quality.