Category Archives: Chianti

April 2019 Wine Reviews – James Melendez

April was a very quick month–just like each year January and February are relatively calm and after that we all seem to be on a proverbial banana peel. I do loving tasting so many wonderful wines during the month. Jason … Continue reading

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The Big World of Chianti: A Region to Ponder Once Again – James Melendez

Before naming this article “The Big World of Chianti” I am almost titled this “The Complex and Misunderstood World of Chianti.  Chianti is complex because it is misunderstood and yet easy to know as well.  Many people outside of Italy … Continue reading

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Fonterutoli Chianti Classico – 2002 – 9.0 – James Melendez

A bold and confident Chianti deep and rich; baking cocoa; ripe raspberry, a slightly scented with exotic Eastern simmering spices.  A brilliant wine that extends from initial taste to finish and beyond. ¡Salud! *** A plethora of wine reviews from … Continue reading

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