Uguccio dicto Capponio (Uguccione known as Cappone) appears in a contract dated 1056. This Chianti Classico of pure Sangiovese is backed by a thousand-year-old history, so as to create a product perfectly in tune with those ancient traditions the Capponi family has always favored for its wines.
Winemaking: Altitude280 m Soil: Loam; deeper soils with a higher presence of sand and clay in the lowers slopes towards the Greve River and shallower, silty and rocky soils, in particular galestro, on the higher grounds. Mammolo is a black berry varietal grown in Central Italy. The name comes from the distinctive aroma of violet that characterizes its wine.
- Colour: Ruby red.
- Nose and flavour: Floral nose with typical hints of violet.
- Serving Temperature and Food Matching Serving temperature: 16-18°C.
- Recommended with: Generous varietal which produces wines with high acidity but with low tannic content making them suitable for pairing with charcuterie.