The Chianti, which was traditionally grown around San Gimignano, was long forgotten. Maybe rightly so. In any case, the red varieties were literally displaced by the successful Vernaccia di San Gimignano. Today, with more modern cultivation methods, and also with a consumer trend that is increasingly moving towards lighter wines, the Chianti from Mormoraia hits the bull's eye: Fresh, aromas with berry notes, cheerful, pleasantly soft on the palate, elegant. A wonderful Tuscan, authentic, accessible and yet full of character.