2022 Pizzolato Edoardo Chianti

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Bright cherry notes entwined with earthy Tuscan whispers of sunbaked clay and ripe plums. A touch of rustic charm emerges in the form of dried violets and a touch of wild herbs, hinting at the organic harmony between vine and earth. Full bodied with a long finish.

Ideal with pasta dishes with meat sauce, baked lasagna, grilled Florentine steak.

An historical building from 1250, is the witness of an important past and of a destiny that has joined two big families producing organic wine together – Gianni Borella of Tuscany who founded the Italian Organic Agriculture Association and organic winemaker Settimo Pizzolato of Venneto – two pioneers of organic wine.

Varietals: 100% Sangiovese

Weight 3.5 lbs
Dimensions 3.5 × 3.5 × 12 in







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About La Cantina Pizzolato

Villorba, Treviso province
Veneto region

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The Pizzolato Family has been working in agriculture sector for more than six generations now, living in harmony with nature and the environment. They started producing organic grapes in 1985 and the current estate covers an area of 58 hectares. The estate vineyards are situated on the plains and hillsides of Veneto, near the Piave River. Additionally, they also collaborate with five other producers which contribute another 48 hectares of organically grown grapes.

The Estate is located in the rich and flourishing countryside in the north of Treviso, and the vineyards are situated on the plains and hillsides, in a DOC (Denominazione di origine controllata) area.

All wines of La Cantina Pizzolato come from organically grown grapes to meet the expectations of today’s health-oriented consumer. Organic farming was started in 1985 according to European and now USDA NOP certification and control standards. The owner, Settimo Pizzolato, carefully oversees the entire process carried out by his family and staff to obtain the best possible results.