Ser Mariotto – Chianti Riserva Docg Magnum 1,5 l


Ser Mariotto Cofani was a noble from Arezzo of the 1400s. Legend has it that he donated a chest to the Fraternita dei Laici. The painting that depicts him can still be found today in the Museum of the Palazzo di Fraternita.

Our Chianti Riserva comes from our best selection of Sangiovese and Cabernet Sauvignon grapes, hand-picked when perfectly ripe. In the vineyard, thinning and early peeling allow to obtain a very structured wine. The harvest, slightly late, is done by hand. Spontaneous fermentations with indigenous yeasts take place at a controlled temperature for about 18 days. After a first passage in steel, the wine keeps its aging in oak barriques for at least 16 months and then in bottle.


Grape Variety: Sangiovese and Cabernet Sauvignon
Vineyard: medium-textured soil with the presence of marl.
Training system: spurred cordon
Vines per hectare: 5000 vines per hectare
Altitude: 250 -300 meters above sea level
Vinification: spontaneous fermentation with indigenous yeasts in stainless steel tanks at a controlled temperature for about 18 days. Aging in barriques for about 16 months and then in bottle. Chianti Riserva is not put on the market before 28 months from its production.
Tasting notes: ruby red color tending to garnet. The nose is complex and intense with notes of cherry and geranium. Elegant and harmonious wine.
Food pairing: red meats, roasts, game and mature cheeses.
Serving temperature: 18-20° C