Italian Chiantis have wide-ranging flavors

10/27/2013 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

Chianti Classico wines hail from Italy's historical Chianti region, but other areas of the country are producing their own blends of the aromatic, acidic wine that are less expensive, writes Eric Asimov. The wines combine sangiovese grapes along with other indigenous varieties to produce bottles that range from sweet and spicy to savory and earthy.

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