Ah, Chianti. Chianti is just that, a breath of fresh air. This is the area in which Chianti Classico wine has been produced for centuries. This is part of Tuscany where the land, itself, is one of ancient traditions. Chianti was first civilized by the virtually prehistoric Etruscans, who left history-changing traces of their viticulture. Then, of course, the Romans.
The characteristics of the climate, terrain and altitudes, which are unfavorable for most crops, have made Chianti Classico a region that excels in the production of premium wine. Chianti’s border to the north are the suburbs of Florence. Then, to the east, the Chianti Mountains. Siena is to the south, the area traversed by the Superhighway of the Palio, and finally, to the west, the valleys and rivers of the Pesa and Elsa.
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