After two years of restrictions, the 50th Edition of Expo Chianti Classico returns to its former glory with the producers in P.zza Matteotti, to have their wines tasted and to tell you their great enological stories. As always, we at Fattoria Santo Stefano will also be present, at our stand it will be possible to taste our latest vintages, the Chianti Classico 2019 and 2020, the Riserva Il Drugo 2018 and the Gran Salezione 2018.
Alessandro Masnaghetti, great expert taster and editor of Enogea, has included the Chianti Classico 2019 Fattoria Santo Stefano in the selection of wines for the masteclass to be held on Thursday 1 September at the Falorni wine shop in Greve in Chianti.
The cellars of the members of the Greve in Chianti winemakers open their doors on the weekend of 7 and 8 May for an experience of conviviality and good wine
Sunday 27 March a special day, a greeting to spring with a very interesting program that includes a visit to the vineyard and cellar, and the tasting of the new vintages on the market combined with traditional Tuscan dishes, above all the roast turned.
With our latest vintages in the month of March we will be present in from 18 to 20 in Milan in Vino and on 21 and 22 in Florence at the Chianti Classico Collection
At Fattoria Santo Stefano in the month of February we are engaged in fertilizing the land, but also in the pruning of the vineyards, in fact the vegetative cycle starts again and our plants require attention and care.
Saturday 23 October 2021 at our company we celebrated sixty years of activity with a vertical in the barrel room, a tasting of old vintages – Chianti Classico 2006, 2007, 2008, 2010, 2014 (Magnum, Chianti Classico Riserva il Drugo), 2016 , 2017, 2018 – and a lunch with the dishes of chef Matteo Caccavo of Osteria Il Pratellino. Eight vintages in the presence of professionals including sommeliers, journalists and bloggers from the sector.
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It’s no surprise that Radda used to be the capital of the Chianti region. Its strategic position was fundamental as the administrative centre of nearby towns Gaiole and Castellina. Radda in Chianti is a spectacular Medieval hamlet and as its name suggests, it is in...
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