NYT wine critic, Eric Asimov is admittedly “obsessed with Chianti Classico” finding the lightness, purity and eloquence to the wines extraordinary. People who claim to love wines from Tuscany, often overlook the Chianti Classico with it’s bright flavors of cherries and flowers tempered by a welcome earthy, dusty bitterness.
It’s time to reconsider Chianti and the tired tropes that have come to define this wine. Join Eric and taste through his passion for Chianti. He will guide you through the history and evolution of this straw-covered bottle’s past and take you into its bright future.