Chianti Extravaganza with the Italian Food Wine & Travel Group #ItalianFWT

A selection of Chianti Classico wines

So many Chianti options, how do I choose?

Chianti in All It’s Variations
So you think you know Chianti. It’s that cheap red wine in a wicker-enclosed bottle, right? As the best known wine from Italy, Chianti has certainly seen its’ ups and downs. Join the Italian Food, Wine & Travel fans to take your Chianti knowledge to the next step. Straw bottles? Roosters? Riserva? Superiore? Find the answers to your burning Chianti questions here!

Fattoria Felsina Berardenga Chianti Classico

Do you have a favorite, go-to Chianti? Felsina Berardenga is mine

#ItalianFWT Group Answers Your Chianti Questions
Join our Italian Food Wine and Travel group on Saturday Oct. 7 at 10am CDT on Twitter as we discuss our Chianti findings. We’ll all be posting and chatting, join us! Just look for the #ItalianFWT hashtag on Twitter Saturday morning!

See what our Italian Food Wine & Travel Enthusiasts have to offer:

  • Jennifer at Vino Travels Italy shares “Chianti of Terricola with Fattoria Fibbiano”
  • Nicole at Somms Table shares “Cooking to the Wine: Borgo Scopeto Chianti Classico with Italian Meatloaf & Pasta Pomodoro”
  • Jane at Always Ravenous shares “Classic Tuscan Ragù Paired with Chianti”
  • Li at The Wining Hour shares “Chianti, A Wine with Many Faces”
  • Jill at L’Occasion shares “Chianti Lessons”
  • Jeff at Food Wine Click! shares “Rolling the Dice on a 1979 Chianti Rufina”
  • Lynn at Savor the Harvest shares “Experience Chianti Classico with Montefioralle”
  • Katarina from Grapevine Adventures shares “Collaboration, Passion, and Tradition Makes You Stronger – Vignaioli di Radda”
  • Camilla at Culinary Adventures with Camilla shares “A Glass of Chianti & Dreams of Porchetta”
  • Gwen at Wine Predator shares “Chianti: Beyond the Straw Bottle
  • Susannah at Avvinare shares “Wines from Chianti Colli Fiorentini – Worthy of Our Attention”


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  1. […] Chianti, a region as famous for its pastoral beauty as for its food and wine traditions. In our October event hosted by Jeff Burrows at FoodWineClick, we began to explore the broad appeal of wines from Chianti […]

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