This historical winery is located in one of the best areas of Chianti for growing Sangiovese. The name translates to “The Abbey of Good Harvest” referring to the 2000 year old Abbey on the property. Their 2014 Chianti is much softer and plush than previous vintages but still delicious. It delivers the floral aromas you’d expect and the taste is bright cherries with leather and spice. The tannins are smooth and supple and the finish is warm and persistent.