Christmas time is beautiful also for sweets we tend to indulge in. So maybe you'll feel like ending a special lunch on a high note by preparing a Tuscan recipe: Cantucci biscuits to be paired with Cantalici's Vin Santo wine liquor
This is no everyday dish, certainly not a cheap meat cut, but if we want to treat ourselves and receive some enthusiastic comments , then the Gran Pezzo will certainly do the trick, especially if paired with a bottle of our Gran Selezione wine
When Cantalici winery was founded in 1998, we had to find a logo: an icon which told about us and about our conception to produce wine in Chianti. This is not an easy job, so we chose a friend and great artist: Giuliano Ghelli
In September and October you can smell the grape harvest in the air and recognize the change of season by the scents and colors of our hills. We like to celebrate this time of the year with some good Chianti Classico Baruffo Reserve paired with brasato
Pairing wine is perhaps one of the most complicated, yet rewarding tasks of a sommelier.
Nevertheless, when we receive an invitation for a special dinner we wonder: what will be the wine that goes best with it?
Summer is coming, and often it is considered “the season of white and rosé wine”. But, we live in Chianti Classico, and for us, red wine has no season. So, here are a few pieces of advice to enjoy a good glass of red wine during the summer.
June, the month that marks the beginning of summer, of warmth. For dinner we enjoy a typical Tuscan dish, fresh and fast, the Panzanella, which we pair with a wine just as lively and fragrant, our rosè IGT Petali. What more could you ask for?
Usually, we host our visitors in our cellar in Gaiole in Chianti, but today we'll try to give you some easy pieces of advice to have a successful wine tasting in your own home, by guiding you through a conscious and healthy approach to drinking.
Sometimes many details seem obvious to us but they are not at all, so we decided to ask directly to not Tuscan persons, so to try to imagine in 5 words how Tuscany looks to those who see it for the first time.