Cavaliere Chianti 2011
Goes great with beef, veal, pork, game (deer, venision, etc.) and rich fish (salmon, tuna, etc.)
Bottled by Casa Vinicola Bosco Malera aka Bosco Viticoltori Associati, which is located in Salgareda, within the Marca Trevigiana borders and between the Adriatic Sea and Eastern Alps. This perfect location generates a particularly favorable microclimate, which combined with the special, alluvial-clay soil makes it extremely suitable for vineyard cultivation. This results in a range of wines produced with a fruity and intense bouquet and a vivacious, harmonious, and smooth taste. In addition, vineyard production is regularly improved through soil study, new-clone-selection examination, and the placement of new implant arrangements. Since 2006, the company is part of GRUVIT (Gruppo Vitivinicolo del Veneto Orientale—"Eastern Veneto Wine Group"), a primary wine cooperative for the production and marketing of wines made from grapes grown in Eastern Veneto and Friuli (Northeast Italy). It was established in order to respond to the constant competitiveness imposed by major markets. GRUVIT counts more than 2,300 partners, 6,000-plus-vineyard acres, and annual harvests of over 2-million ounces.