Le Miccine Chianti Arrives for Review
Don't look now, but we've just gotten a bottle of wine in for review. It's Le Miccine's 2003 Chianti Classico, the output of an American winery in Italy. This wine, a blend of Sangiovese, Malvasia nera, and Merlot, has already won multiple awards and high recommendations from other tasters, so we're looking forward to giving it a try.
Here's a little more info about the winery that produces it, and expect a full review soon:
Azienda Agricola Le Miccine is a small Tuscan wine estate located near the geographic center of Tuscany's Chianti Classico wine region, half-way between Florence and Siena, near the historic towns of Gaiole-in-Chianti and Radda-in-Chianti. It has been part of the Tuscan landscape since the early 1700s, when it served as a way-station for travelers requiring a change of teams on their journeys through the Tuscan hills. Now, 300 years later, Le Miccine is known for its fine wines and olive oil and its elegant and exclusive Tuscan vacation rental accommodations.
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Posted by Head Wino at March 30, 2007 7:48 AM