Bottle of Chianti Classico, 1962 - Casa Vinicola Attilio Pagni
Bottle of Chianti Classico, 1962 - Casa Vinicola Attilio Pagni.
Content: 72 cl
Vintage wine is not to be considered as a product to be tasted, but as an emotion to give that brings with it the memories of a past time.
It is first and foremost a collector's work, with high antique value and only later, if you are lucky, a wine to taste.
Chianti Classico, like all vintage wines in general, is subject to a multitude of variables that condition aging with the passing of time so as not to guarantee its drinkability, the only way to understand if it is still drinkable is to uncork it.
Chianti is that part of Tuscany that is bordered to the north by the suburbs of Florence, to the east by the Chianti Mountains, to the south by the city of Siena and to the west by the valleys of the Pesa and Elsa rivers. The first notarial document in which the name Chianti appeared in reference to the wine produced in the zone dates to 1398.
Please note: Preserved professionally for over 50 years in a special cellar, this is a collector's bottle, therefore the quality of the wine cannot guaranteed.
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