In 500 BC, the ancient Etruscans were already cultivating grape vines in the Chianti region of Tuscany. "Chianti" is from the Latin word "clante", name of a local ancient forum of that era. The Colli Senesi area is undoubtedly amongst the best in the Chianti region and the wine produced there is of a very fine quality. In this contest, San Gimignano occupies a position of distinction because of its ideal soil and climate as well as its historical beauty. Here, which has been described by Zeffirelli as "one of the most beautiful portions of the area", stands amongst the vineyards, on a terrain that still today uncovers Pliocenic sea shells! The Chianti Colli Senesi is gained by adding a small percentage of Colorino and Canaiolo to the Sangiovese grapes. This wine is made with great care and it reflects the typical fine qualities of the region.


Classification: Chianti Colli Senesi DOCGGRAPES: Sangiovese 90%,Colorino, Canaiolo

Color & Bouquet: Ruby-red. Striking fragrance of raspberry and sweet-smelling violet.

Meal suggestions: Great with grilled meat, roasts and Tuscan pecorino cheese.

ALC/VOL: Alcol 13 % vol.

Name: Nabucco

First year of production: 1966

Production area: San Gimignano (SI), Italia

Exposure vineyard: South and North

Altimetry: 330 Meters above sea level

Density of the system: 5000 plants / ha

Harvest period: Mid October

Aging Material: 12 months in cement tanks

Period of bottling: March

Service Temperature: 18-20°

Classification: Chianti Colli Senesi Docg

Average number of bottles: 80.000

Grapes: Sangiovese 90% - Colorino e Canaiolo

Yeld per hectare: 8 t/ha

Pruning system: Cordone speronato

Age of the vineyard: 5 / 30 years

Material fermentation tanks: Steel Tank with controlled temperature

Vinification: Addition of selected yeastes 

Aging capacity: Very Good

Package: 750ml - 1500m