It all began in 1893, when Luigi Cecchi became a professional wine taster. Although widespread in Europe, the craft of ?palatista (taster)? was still unknown in Italy. However, Luigi understood how the potential of Italian wine making would be able to soar to the apex of world oenology once able to recognize the quality of the wines produced.
It is the most well known among Cecchi wines, Chianti Classico is exported worldwide. It is the wine with which the company is identified?most. The Cecchi family has always believed in that name that represents the past, present and especially the future of Tuscan wines. The main grape is Sangiovese. Red ruby tending to garnet with aging, fine nose, the taste is intense and persistent, its structure is large and with a great balance.