This is the first Chianti produced on the Palaie estate, with Sangiovese blended with Trebbiano, red Malvasie as well as Canaiolo, Colorino, Mammolo and Colombana grapes. It is the result of a perfect blend of white and red grapes. The name Chianti is said to derive from the Latin clangor, noise. In Latin a synonym of clangor is murmur, which also means ‘noise’ and so it was chosen for this wine as it recalls the boar that roamed the Chianti area barking as they dug up the land in search of acorns.
Thus, the wine’s name relates to the Chianti tradition, to which it pays homage and to which it is connected in its vinification. IN ESAURIMENTO
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