In addition to being the place of production of the excellent wines distinguished by the "Gallo Nero", Chianti is also the home of some labels that have made the history of Italian wine, the so-called "Supertuscan" .

In the seventies, since the disciplinary of the Consortium imposed the use of white grapes and excluded both the vinification of Sangiovese in purity, and the use of international vines for the production of Chianti Classico, some producers decided to bottle their best wines without denomination, as simple table wines despite the fact that they were labels of great value, which would soon revolutionize the Tuscan wine world. The first of these, subsequently nicknamed "Supertuscan" by international critics to underline their exceptional character , were the Vigorello di San Felice (1968), at the time a pure Sangiovese, and the Tignanello by Marchesi Antinori (1970).
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These were followed by others attributable to this typology: Solaia di Marchesi Antinori (1978); The Sodi of San Niccolò di Castellare di Castellina (1979); Sammarco di Castello dei Rampolla (1980); Cepparello di Isole e Olena (1980); Flaccianello di Fontodi (1981); Cabreo il Borgo di Ambrogio and Giovanni Folonari (1982); Fontalloro di Felsina (1983); The Appearance of Castello di Ama (1985); Rare Master of Felsina (1987); 50 & 50 by Capannelle & Avignonesi (1988), Siepi by Marchesi Mazzei (1992).

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