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Badia a Coltibuono Chianti Classico Roberto Stucchi 2014

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The parcels are vinified separately, blended and aged for a few months in French oak barrels and barriques. After bottling, the wine rests for a few months before release. When you think of pairing Chianti with food, most people think of pasta with a red sauce but there is so much more that you can pair with Chianti. It’s a great compliment to strong tasting poultry dishes, spiced lamb, or even beef (as long as its not overly fatty). If you are looking for a good wine with pizza, Chianti is your choice.

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Snooth User: Mrs Chicago
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3.50 5
Vintage: 2011 02/13/2014

Three and a half glasses


Snooth User: Maurizio
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3.00 5
Vintage: 2008 11/06/2011

Three glasses


Snooth User: Bccdny
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Vintage: 2006 10/18/2011

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Snooth User: cquintana
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Vintage: 1999 02/22/2009

Three and a half glasses


External Reviews for Badia a Coltibuono Chianti Classico Roberto Stucchi

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Vintage: 2011 01/10/2014

Intense ruby red color with notes of red fruitsand spices in the nose. Soft with balancedacidity and aromatic highlights. A clean,enduring finish.


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Vintage: 2006 01/17/2009

Wine Tasting NotesThe color is bright ruby, the nose unveils layers of iris, violet, tobacco, black pepper and marasca cherry. The taste is well balanced, tightly knit with supple tannins, mineral notes, a mouth cleansing fresh acidity. Warm and persistent.



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The parcels are vinified separately, blended and aged for a few months in French oak barrels and barriques. After bottling, the wine rests for a few months before release. When you think of pairing Chianti with food, most people think of pasta with a red sauce but there is so much more that you can pair with Chianti. It’s a great compliment to strong tasting poultry dishes, spiced lamb, or even beef (as long as its not overly fatty). If you are looking for a good wine with pizza, Chianti is your choice.

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