Monteraponi Chianti Classico Sangiovese Blend 2017

Ratings on Delectable

Web Bond Delectable Pro

Love the high tone, finesse from Radda and purity of fruit, but the finish is shorter than expected, and it is pricier than it should be.

Love the high tone, finesse from Radda and purity of fruit, but the finish is shorter than expected, and it is pricier than it should be.

8.9

Ian Hamel

2020/4/15-16 with Venetian red tonguebsole roasted with potatoes and onions and chicory salad, and black sea bream linguine and fava, pancetta and onion ragu. Monteraponi is always so good - up there with Montevertine among my favorite Chianti estates. The 2017 edition is a light to medium weight with a nice transparent texture, and that dried orange peel and cherry thing.

2020/4/15-16 with Venetian red tonguebsole roasted with potatoes and onions and chicory salad, and black sea bream linguine and fava, pancetta and onion ragu. Monteraponi is always so good - up there with Montevertine among my favorite Chianti estates. The 2017 edition is a light to medium weight with a nice transparent texture, and that dried orange peel and cherry thing.

9.2

Byron Hewett

Solid CC. I like the Radda expression. A fairly elegant CC.

Solid CC. I like the Radda expression. A fairly elegant CC.

9.0

Matt Sterr Delectable Pro

World class Chianti Classico.

World class Chianti Classico.

9.2

Matt Carrigan

Bright and fruity with textbook new leather, red berries and some tobacco. Acidity is very high, tannins are moderate and fine for its age.

Bright and fruity with textbook new leather, red berries and some tobacco. Acidity is very high, tannins are moderate and fine for its age.

8.4

J. Kim

Elegant, refined, authentic, almost a super wine.

Elegant, refined, authentic, almost a super wine.

8.9

Location

  • 606A West 28th Street
    New York, NY 10001

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    Saturday: 12pm - 8pm
    Sunday: 12pm - 7pm

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