Agricola San Felice

Chianti Classico Sangiovese Blend

8.7343 ratings
8.724 pro ratings
Chianti Classico, Chianti, Tuscany, Italy
Sangiovese Blend
Goose, Game, Exotic Spices, Baking Spices, Chili & Hot Spicy, Duck, Pasta, Herbs, Beans & Peas, Mushrooms, Onion, Veal, Hard Cheese, Pork, Tomato-Based, Pungent Cheese, Chicken, Turkey, Salami & Prosciutto, Soft Cheese, Venison
Top Notes For
Mandi Speidel

City Territory Chicago, Maverick Wine Company

8.6

D is Back!!!!

D is Back!!!!

Oct 12th, 2018
Boris Mathiszik

Recommended as a great value by my local wine shop and then coincidentally I just saw Wine Spectator rate the 16 vintage 94 points. These two endorsements contrast with the low ratings on Delectable, so now I am really curious how this wine will evolve. Initial impression is good, very drinkable. With two hours of air this is a nice Chianti for sure. Quite firm.

Recommended as a great value by my local wine shop and then coincidentally I just saw Wine Spectator rate the 16 vintage 94 points. These two endorsements contrast with the low ratings on Delectable, so now I am really curious how this wine will evolve. Initial impression is good, very drinkable. With two hours of air this is a nice Chianti for sure. Quite firm.

Oct 6th, 2018
Gilbert Lara Jr

Lunch with Leonardo Belliccini.

Lunch with Leonardo Belliccini.

May 28th, 2015
Ben Franco

Owner Winedown cafe & wine bar

8.7

Sour cherry cedar chewy tannin love it...

Sour cherry cedar chewy tannin love it...

Apr 2nd, 2015
Mason Balistreri

Sommelier, International Wine Guild; Balistreri Vineyard; Sales, Joy Wine and Spirits

8.8

Fairly ripe and approachable.

Fairly ripe and approachable.

Mar 12th, 2015
Shannon Marie Latting

The 2011 San Felice Chianti Classico. 80% Sangiovese, 10% Colorino, & 10% Pugnitello. Pugnitello is a native grape to Tuscany. The name is derived from the root word "pugno" (Italian for "fist") because the grape clusters are shaped like small fists. 👊

The 2011 San Felice Chianti Classico. 80% Sangiovese, 10% Colorino, & 10% Pugnitello. Pugnitello is a native grape to Tuscany. The name is derived from the root word "pugno" (Italian for "fist") because the grape clusters are shaped like small fists. 👊

Oct 29th, 2014
Bob Barry

General Manager Winebow

8.3

Meatballs here I come!

Meatballs here I come!

Sep 23rd, 2014
Mason Balistreri

Sommelier, International Wine Guild; Balistreri Vineyard; Sales, Joy Wine and Spirits

8.8

Savory nose with sour cherry, good body and well integrated spice.

Savory nose with sour cherry, good body and well integrated spice.

Aug 12th, 2014
Denis Roudenko

16.5/20 (91/100)

16.5/20 (91/100)

Jun 3rd, 2014
Ilaria Ropolo

Chianti Classico DOCG 2011, 13.5%. I'm not a Chianti lover, never was, but this blend of 3 grapes is truly a nice surprise. Yes, the Sangiovese is prevalent, but overall the wind is rich and round, velvety and elegant. You can taste the oak wood, but it is very smooth. 92/100 ....yes: finally a Chianti I might actually buy!

Chianti Classico DOCG 2011, 13.5%. I'm not a Chianti lover, never was, but this blend of 3 grapes is truly a nice surprise. Yes, the Sangiovese is prevalent, but overall the wind is rich and round, velvety and elegant. You can taste the oak wood, but it is very smooth. 92/100 ....yes: finally a Chianti I might actually buy!

Jan 29th, 2014