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Castello di Altomena, Serzello:

Colli dell’ Etruria Centrale D.O.C. are the Tuscan hills located between Florence and Siena.  Colli dell’ Centrale D.O.C. is produced in the same area where Chianti D.O.C.G. is made, and includes a variety of red, rosé, and white wines.  This white wine has a fairly intense, floral aroma with pleasing fruity notes.  It is dry, with a balanced acidity that lends it a good freshness and a refined quality.

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Castello di Altomena, Liorsa:

Red wine obtained from the grapes of Sangiovese. The winery of Altomena is located near Florence , Italy. The vines of this winery have met ideal soil and climate conditions to refine the characteristics of this Tuscan wine. 100% Sangiovese grapes. Serve with: Pork, beef , chicken , pasta dishes and cheeses especially Peccorino cheese.

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Castello di Altomena, Porto Rubino, Chianti:

Red wine obtained from grapes of Sangiovese. The winery of Altomena is located near Florence. In the winery of Altomena the vine has met ideal soil and climate conditions to refine the characteristics that have become famous all over the world, and that can be summed up in one name: Chianti. It will match pork and beef meats, chicken, pasta dishes, and cheeses, especially Peccorino cheese. Best tasting temperature: 55°F.

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Castello di Altomena, Oenant, Chianti Riserva:

Sangiovese, aged in French barriques and refined in bottle. The Chianti Riserva is made with grapes originating from an even more rigorous selection, which is necessary to obtain a more prestigious quality also suitable for long-term aging. This wine has an intense ruby-red color; it also has a wrapping scent and a soft and austere flavor. Decant at least an hour before serving. Serve it around 55°F.-57°F if it is young, and around 61°F if it has been allowed to mature. It accompanies all deli meats, stews, as well as cheeses, and of course, red meat and poultry.