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Bosco del Grillo Chianti Classico

Updated on April 15th, 2009  |  
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Art Direction: Louise Fili, Design & Lettering: Jessica Hische | Country: United States | Font: Archer

Bosco del Grillo is a very limited production Chianti Classico–fewer than 1000 cases were produced for this inaugural bottling. It is a blend of the finest Chianti Classico vinified by Geografico (80%) and a portion of the Merlot (20%) otherwise reserved for one of the winery’s two “super-Tuscan” reds. Distinctive lots of Sangiovese and Canaiolo grapes are the result of year-round collaboration between a small group of Geografico’s member growers, Geografico’s staff vineyard manager, and Lorenzo Landi, Geografico’s consulting enologist.

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Bosco del Grillo Chianti Classico

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bosco-small

Art Direction: Louise Fili, Design & Lettering: Jessica Hische | Country: United States | Font: Archer

Bosco del Grillo is a very limited production Chianti Classico–fewer than 1000 cases were produced for this inaugural bottling. It is a blend of the finest Chianti Classico vinified by Geografico (80%) and a portion of the Merlot (20%) otherwise reserved for one of the winery’s two “super-Tuscan” reds. Distinctive lots of Sangiovese and Canaiolo grapes are the result of year-round collaboration between a small group of Geografico’s member growers, Geografico’s staff vineyard manager, and Lorenzo Landi, Geografico’s consulting enologist.

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