Tuscany, Italy

Villa Borratella is surrounded by its 5 hectares of Chianti Classico vineyards, 2 hectares of olive groves and 75 hectares of woods.

At an altitude of 350 meters above sea level, the grape variety mainly cultivated is Sangiovese and complementary also Cabernet and Merlot are grown; an excellent Extra Virgin Olive Oil is produced from approximetely 200 olive trees.

Borratella collects about 300 quintals of grapes and gets, in its own cellar equipped with the most modern technologies, about 200 hl of wine destined to the bottling of Chianti Classico wine, Chianti Classico Riserva and IGT Super Tuscan.

Borratella Wines

BorratellaChianti Classico

Ruby red color with purple shade. Harmonious red fruits smell such as blueberry and cherry, combined with floral and slightly spiced notes. Properly tannic flavour, wide and balanced. Long and fruity aftertaste.

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BorratellaClassico Riserva

Intense ruby red color. Well balanced smell with berries notes, blackberry, enriched by spicy notes and aromatic herbs. Good tannic flavour, silky and enveloping. Balanced, dry and spicy aftertaste.

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BorratellaYaro Supertuscan

A nice blend of Cabernet Franc and Merlot that would brighten up any meaty pasta with shaved pecorino, the Borratella 2017 Yaro pours from the bottle with an inky dark color with lots of dark and enriched fruit intensity. The wine is sweet and plush with rich layers of dark fruit, blackberry, soft cherry and spice. Its density is thick and forward driven thanks to the freshness of the fruit and the pretty softness of the finish.

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