Castellare di Castellina

Castellare di Castellina

Castellare di Castellina was born in the seventies from the merger of four Chianti farms (Castellare, Caselle, San Niccolò and Le Case) strongly desired by Paolo Panerai with the aim of producing a high quality wine in full respect of the Chianti Classico.

The estate is a celebration of tradition: from the care of the land – with the distinction between fields and sods (the former are the easiest soils to work, the latter are the hardest but best for the vine) – to the use of only vines autochthonous, up to the decision to adopt the “Tuscan method of governance” to remain faithful to the winemaking technique codified in the nineteenth century by the Marquis Ricasoli, the noble father of Chianti.
Without nostalgia and passatism, Castellare di Castellina has also been able to make the most of the innovations of the present to increase the quality of its production; as demonstrated by the planting of the first experimental Chianti vineyard – created in collaboration with the Universities of Milan and Florence to arrive at the first scientific selection of Sangiovese clones (which is called Sangioveto here) – and the introduction of the barrique, following the advice of the oenologist Emile Peynaud.

A place of rare charm – where 33 hectares of vineyards mix with woods, olive groves and other crops – the Castellare di Castellina estate enjoys an excellent position both for exposure and for the quality of the soil (mixture of calcareous marl, galestro and little clay) perfect for red and white wines with good structure, capable of aging very well. Synthetic chemicals are banned in the vineyard and we work following the criterion of low yields to respect nature and not impoverish the soil and the grapes.

The estate’s iconic label is I Sodi di San Niccolò, a great Sangioveto blended with black Malvasia, award-winning by international critics.

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  • Poggio ai Merli is 100% Merlot, with a Tuscan soul. The nose immediately reveals its origins with that scent of humus that differentiates it from other territories where this international grape is grown. This is its precise territorial note. The olfactory range is extensive, with varied and refined traits, with fruits of the forest, a balsamic note, and spiciness and toasted notes. The sip is soft, structured and full, with a salty aftertaste. The vineyards are cultivated at 350-450 metres above sea level on limestone soil.

    This red is aged in 100% new barriques for a period ranging from 24 to 30 months, plus 12 months in the bottle.

    This is a Merlot that speaks Tuscan; elegant and noble like a country gentleman.

    Less than 4,000 bottles have been produced for 2019 vintage.

    AVAILABILITY: In stock

  • Poggio ai Merli is 100% Merlot, with a Tuscan soul. The nose immediately reveals its origins with that scent of humus that differentiates it from other territories where this international grape is grown. This is its precise territorial note. The olfactory range is extensive, with varied and refined traits, with fruits of the forest, a balsamic note, and spiciness and toasted notes. The sip is soft, structured and full, with a salty aftertaste. The vineyards are cultivated at 350-450 metres above sea level on limestone soil.

    This red is aged in 100% new barriques for a period ranging from 24 to 30 months, plus 12 months in the bottle.

    This is a Merlot that speaks Tuscan; elegant and noble like a country gentleman.

    Only 84 magnums have been produced for the 2019 vintage

    AVAILABILITY: In stock

  • This is the most famous wine from Castellare di Castellina, a red made with Sangiovese (85%) and Malvasia Nera (15%), which ages for 24 months in small oak barrels and for as many more months in the bottle. It is a thick ruby colour and has a nose encompassing blood oranges, violet petals, cloves, blackberries, blueberries, spices and a touch of rhubarb. The palate is incredibly long, a meeting of tannic texture, softness and savoury closure.

    It was Luigi Veronelli who suggested to the owner Paolo Panerai, in 1977, that he name the wine after the church of San Niccolò, which stands right next to the vineyard. ‘I sodi’ (the firm ones) was added later, to indicate the structure and consistency of the soil.

    Already twice in the Top 100 of Wine Spectator, I Sodi di San Niccolò in the amazing 2016 vintage becomes the best Italian red in the world, as is evident from the ranking of Gentleman which assigns a ranking to each wine, enhancing the acknowledgments obtained from national sources and most authoritative internationals.

    200 Double Magnum have been produced only.

    AVAILABILITY: In stock

  • This is the most famous wine from Castellare di Castellina, a red made with Sangiovese (85%) and Malvasia Nera (15%), which ages for 24 months in small oak barrels and for as many more months in the bottle. It is a thick ruby colour and has a nose encompassing blood oranges, violet petals, cloves, blackberries, blueberries, spices and a touch of rhubarb. The palate is incredibly long, a meeting of tannic texture, softness and savoury closure.

    It was Luigi Veronelli who suggested to the owner Paolo Panerai, in 1977, that he name the wine after the church of San Niccolò, which stands right next to the vineyard. ‘I sodi’ (the firm ones) was added later, to indicate the structure and consistency of the soil.

    Already twice in the Top 100 of Wine Spectator, I Sodi di San Niccolò in the amazing 2016 vintage becomes the best Italian red in the world, as is evident from the ranking of Gentleman which assigns a ranking to each wine, enhancing the acknowledgments obtained from national sources and most authoritative internationals.

    AVAILABILITY: In stock

  • This is the most famous wine from Castellare di Castellina, a red made with Sangiovese (85%) and Malvasia Nera (15%), which ages for 24 months in small oak barrels and for as many more months in the bottle. It is a thick ruby colour and has a nose encompassing blood oranges, violet petals, cloves, blackberries, blueberries, spices and a touch of rhubarb. The palate is incredibly long, a meeting of tannic texture, softness and savoury closure.

    It was Luigi Veronelli who suggested to the owner Paolo Panerai, in 1977, that he name the wine after the church of San Niccolò, which stands right next to the vineyard. ‘I sodi’ (the firm ones) was added later, to indicate the structure and consistency of the soil. It has been named as one of the reds that one must try at least once in a lifetime in the Wine Spectator Top 100 list on several occasions. An iconic wine.

    100 bottles produced only, in such extremely rare 6 liters size. The special black label is a “smoking” to celebrate 40 vintages and the wooden box is of course sealed.

    AVAILABILITY: In stock

  • This is the most famous wine from Castellare di Castellina, a red made with Sangiovese (85%) and Malvasia Nera (15%), which ages for 24 months in small oak barrels and for as many more months in the bottle. It is a thick ruby colour and has a nose encompassing blood oranges, violet petals, cloves, blackberries, blueberries, spices and a touch of rhubarb. The palate is incredibly long, a meeting of tannic texture, softness and savoury closure.

    It was Luigi Veronelli who suggested to the owner Paolo Panerai, in 1977, that he name the wine after the church of San Niccolò, which stands right next to the vineyard. ‘I sodi’ (the firm ones) was added later, to indicate the structure and consistency of the soil. It has been named as one of the reds that one must try at least once in a lifetime in the Wine Spectator Top 100 list on several occasions. An iconic wine.

    Here you are bottle n.32 on 600 produced in 3 liters size.

    AVAILABILITY: In stock

  • This is the most famous wine from Castellare di Castellina, a red made with Sangiovese (85%) and Malvasia Nera (15%), which ages for 24 months in small oak barrels and for as many more months in the bottle. It is a thick ruby colour and has a nose encompassing blood oranges, violet petals, cloves, blackberries, blueberries, spices and a touch of rhubarb. The palate is incredibly long, a meeting of tannic texture, softness and savoury closure.

    It was Luigi Veronelli who suggested to the owner Paolo Panerai, in 1977, that he name the wine after the church of San Niccolò, which stands right next to the vineyard. ‘I sodi’ (the firm ones) was added later, to indicate the structure and consistency of the soil. It has been named as one of the reds that one must try at least once in a lifetime in the Wine Spectator Top 100 list on several occasions. An iconic wine.

    AVAILABILITY: In stock

  • This is the most famous wine from Castellare di Castellina, a red made with Sangiovese (85%) and Malvasia Nera (15%), which ages for 24 months in small oak barrels and for as many more months in the bottle. It is a thick ruby colour and has a nose encompassing blood oranges, violet petals, cloves, blackberries, blueberries, spices and a touch of rhubarb. The palate is incredibly long, a meeting of tannic texture, softness and savoury closure.

    It was Luigi Veronelli who suggested to the owner Paolo Panerai, in 1977, that he name the wine after the church of San Niccolò, which stands right next to the vineyard. ‘I sodi’ (the firm ones) was added later, to indicate the structure and consistency of the soil. It has been named as one of the reds that one must try at least once in a lifetime in the Wine Spectator Top 100 list on several occasions. An iconic wine.

    AVAILABILITY: In stock

  • Poggio ai Merli is 100% Merlot, with a Tuscan soul. The nose immediately reveals its origins with that scent of humus that differentiates it from other territories where this international grape is grown. This is its precise territorial note. The olfactory range is extensive, with varied and refined traits, with fruits of the forest, a balsamic note, and spiciness and toasted notes. The sip is soft, structured and full, with a salty aftertaste. The vineyards are cultivated at 350-450 metres above sea level on limestone soil.

    This red is aged in 100% new barriques for a period ranging from 24 to 30 months, plus 12 months in the bottle.

    This is a Merlot that speaks Tuscan; elegant and noble like a country gentleman.

    AVAILABILITY: In stock

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    This is the most famous wine from Castellare di Castellina, a red made with Sangiovese (85%) and Malvasia Nera (15%), which ages for 24 months in small oak barrels and for as many more months in the bottle. It is a thick ruby colour and has a nose encompassing blood oranges, violet petals, cloves, blackberries, blueberries, spices and a touch of rhubarb. The palate is incredibly long, a meeting of tannic texture, softness and savoury closure.

    It was Luigi Veronelli who suggested to the owner Paolo Panerai, in 1977, that he name the wine after the church of San Niccolò, which stands right next to the vineyard. ‘I sodi’ (the firm ones) was added later, to indicate the structure and consistency of the soil. It has been named as one of the reds that one must try at least once in a lifetime in the Wine Spectator Top 100 list on several occasions. An iconic wine.

    AVAILABILITY: Out of stock

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