Chianti is a well-known wine associated with Tuscany. By law, Chianti must contain at least 75% Sangiovese grapes to be named as such. Chianti is typically noted as having aromas of cherry and plum with a slight spicy flavor.
Damiani Chianti has a fresh, lively and persistent aroma reminiscent of grapes still on the vine. The soft and balanced taste yields an enjoyable aftertaste that recalls the aromas of fermentation. It contains a blend of 85% Sangiovese and 15% Canaiolo and Colorino grapes.