Wine Chianti Superiore D.o.c.g Larniano Tenuta Larnianone

Overlooking Villa Larniano stands the Larniano cru which is composed of a single hectare vineyard planted in  resulting the oldest parcel of the estate planted under the supervision of Ezio Morfini.

The yield from this parcel of 46 years old is naturally low and the grapes acquire complexity and concentration that only wines with such an age could reach.

The layout of the vineyard rows is of vital importance. In the Larniano cru the rows are planted perpendicular to the direction of maximum slope in order to allow the summer rains to penetrate slowly into the soil, rather than run off violently. 

Chianti Superiore Larniano is composed only by the finest Sangiovese, Canaiolo and Colorino grapes carefully selected from the Larniano cru. After the malolactic fermentation concrete vats the wine is aged for 18 months in premium hungarian tonneaux.

After the success of Chianti Santa Virginia, which was elected as the top wine in the “Chianti Docg” category by Decanter for the vintage 2013 and 2015, the Morfini family decided to produce a unique wine, limited to just 1000 bottles, selecting only the best grapes of its most qualitative estate parcel: The result represents the state of the art of the Tenuta Larnianone’s craftsmanship of wines.


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Technical details,
  • Grapes: 85% Sangiovese, 5% Canaiolo 10%Colorino
  • Vineyard density:3000 plants per hectare
  • Ageing: 18 months in hungarian tonneaux
  • Plantation year: 1972
  • Training system: spur–pruned cordon
  • Altitude: 265 mts
  • Harvest: Manual with selection


TENUTA LARNIANONE Chianti Superiore D.O.C.G. “Larniano”

Blend:85% Sangiovese, 10% Colorino, 5% Canaiolo
Denomination: Chianti Superiore D.o.c.g.
Production: 1000 bottles, 30 Magnum, 15 Super Magnum

“A soft floral fruity nose, with a plate of cranberry, black fruit with sandalwood
and coffee complexity, lovely long finish”
Decanter 2017 – 90 Points


Each lot fermented separately.

18 months in Hungarian oak barrel with 50 % new oak,
10 months in bottle before release

Surface and Altitude: 1 ha, 265 asl
Age of the vineyard: 45 years
Soil: Loose clay with seashell fossils
Plantation: 3.000 vines/ha oriented south, spurred cordon training system
Harvest: Hand picking with selection and harvest date adapted to each section
of a parcel

Additional information

Production Year



20 – 30 Euro


Canaiolo, Colorino, Sangiovese




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