Castello di Radda

Award winning with Chianti Classico Riserva

Castello di Radda is located on the eastern hills facing the town of Radda in the heart of Chianti Classico area. Its 45 hectares vineyards, exposed from the south-west to the south-east, have clay and limestone soils, particularly suitable for Sangiovese and Canaiolo grapes cultivation A large cellar for aging was built completely underground, into the rock under the castle, with a low environmental impact.

The wine production goes from Toscana IGT in both red and rosè version to Chianti Classico; its 2007 and 2011 Chianti Classico Riserva were awarded with the 3 Glasses mention on Gambero Rosso “Vini D'Italia” guide in 2013 and 2015 edition.


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  • Chianti Classico Riserva Castello di Radda
    Producing in Chianti Classico area means being able to make a 90% Sangiovese Chianti with something more, because of an high expectation in the final consumer. Castello di Radda has shown an absolute quality producing commitment that you'll find in your glass. Its Chianti Classico is a structured..
    Ex Tax: 29.00€
  • CHIANTI DOCG GranSelezione Castello di Radda
    The grapes for this Chianti Gran Selezione (Top Selection) come from a single 20 years old vineyard: 100% Sangiovese grapes for this amazing wine. The work in the vineyards and the resulting low production yield (45-50 q / ha of grapes) make this Chianti a real wine-expert pick. The 2010 vintage ..
    Ex Tax: 35.00€
  • Guss Castello di Radda
    The Guss wine is made with Merlot grapes coming from low production vineyards, placed where the soils could guarantee the best harvest for this grape variety. Vinified in purity, this Tuscany IGT express a great elegance and freshness at the same time and resume all the peculiarities of this territo..
    Ex Tax: 34.00€
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