A typical Chianti wine experience starts with a meal of fresh veal or lamb cooked medium-high heat in olive oil. Along with the meat is the wine, which typically consists of Chianti Classico Sangiovese.
After dinner, a glass of organic wine is enjoyed with the same food, and then the diners are encouraged to try some of the other organic varieties that the winery has to offer.
While most of the Chianti wineries will offer an organic chianti wine (vino chianti biologico) tasting experience, not all do. If you want to be assured that you are receiving an organic wine, it is best to attend an organic wine tasting event at a Chianti estate that organizes them regularly.
During the tasting, they will be able to present to you the different types of organic wines that they have available. If you are just visiting the area for a vacation, however, you may be able to visit one of the organic vineyards in the area as well, and then enjoy the wine along with a few glasses of organic beer.
Chianti, Italy is the birthplace of the Italian wine grape, and Chianti is also the birthplace of the Chianti grape, which is used in the majority of organic wine offerings.
In addition to Chianti, there are several other organic Italian wine producing regions such as Veneto, Trentino-Alto Adige, Friuli Venezia Giulia, and Campania. Regardless of where in Italy you decide to buy your organic wine, you can guarantee that you are receiving the highest quality product for your money, as organic means, “organic” and everything that comes from nature is organically produced.