This same wine is produced in the "New World", notably, the Australian Riesling from Australia's Clare and Eden valleys, New Zealand's South Island regions and the famous ice wines of Canada are made mostly from Riesling grape.
Its floral undertones with a hint of honey creates a versatile wine for pairings from appetizers to desserts, poultry, pork, shellfish and almost anything in between. It possesses a medium-dry sweetness and exhibits a medium body, making it the perfect wine with most foods.
|Rolling hills of Chianti|
Today, there are at least seven zones defined by the Dalmasso Commission in 1932 which include Chitani Classico, Chianti Montalbano, Chianti Rufini, etc. Its primary red grapes are of the Sangiovese and Canaiolo lines, whereas, the whites are Trebbiano and Malvasia.
This Tuscan treasure charms with bold, rich cherry fruit aromas and flavours of cocoa, vanila and ripe cranberries. Good tannis and a hint of oak make it a soft, balanced red.