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IGP Toscana, Clante S.G.D.V., Il Borghetto - 2018

This cuvée represents the general state of the estate's best vines (Stati Generali Dei Vigneti) and is intended to be the estate's answer to the new Gran Selezione hierarchy of the DOCG Chianti Classico, which Antonio Cavallini finds overrated. Here he really is blending the best of the best! The wine has mysterious aromas of wet earth, truffle, rose, red fruit and spice. On the palate, its elegance is matched only by its power. A wine to keep!
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Clante is the name given by the Etruscans to the hills of Chianti Classico. This wine is the pinnacle of Il Borghettto's production, a hyper selection of the best sangiovese from all the parcels of the estate.


S.G.D.V. stands for "Stati Generali Dei Vigneti", or the general state of the vines, and the ten parcels used to make the blend are listed on the back label, along with technical information on yields and pH measurements for each terroir.

Suggestions for accompaniment

Oven-roasted capretto with rosemary potatoes - Bistecca alla fiorentina.

In 1982, Roberto Cavallini and his wife Rosie acquired an estate in the heart of Chianti Classico. They restored the 15th century buildings in the village of Monte Ridol. The property covers 32 hectares, of which nearly 6 are devoted to vineyards. A few years later, their son Antonio decided to transform the outbuildings into an agriturismo and to dedicate himself to the management of the winery. After replanting the entire vineyard in 1999, he produced his first wines in 2003. The following year, he called on Tim Manning, an English oenologist with a passion for Pinot Noir and who had made his mark in Burgundy (Dujac), New Zealand and Oregon (Cristom). Until his recent departure, he instilled his philosophy and working methods in Antonio Cavallini: "manual" and parcel-based vinification, fermentation in small volumes, in whole bunches, with indigenous yeasts, and ageing in French barrels. In addition to the winemaking methods, the vineyard is entirely organic.

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