Azienda Agraria Chiorri
The Chiorri Winery is a vineyard under family management, which with special care for their very own vines, produces D.O.C. Colli Perugini and IGT dell’Umbria white, red and rosè wines.
The family, together with the help of experienced workers, have for many generations personally dedicated themselves to the care of the vines, grape harvesting and the transformation of that harvest into bottled wine, by combining tradition, experience and technology. The hope of the Azienda Vitivinicola Chiorri is to continue to offer a wine capable of enhancing any occasion adding positive emotions and infinite moments of joy.
The company’s vines, planted across a gentle hill, have excellent orientation and sun exposure. The land’s inherent characteristics have been long recognised, for centuries in fact, as ideal for grape growing, being recognised and protected by the Denominazione d’origine controllata (controlled nomination of origin) title of Colli Peruginiand the Indicazione Geografica tipica dell’Umbria. The care and attention for their vineyard’s some 20 hectares of vines, includes short shoot pruning which is carried out by hand, biological treatments which are ecologically compatable in accordance with the criteria for low environmental impact and picking carried out by hand into woven baskets. All these and many other attentions to detail are the fundamental ingredients in obtaining a wine of class, of the highest quality, which evokes the flavours and perfumes of the Umbrian countryside.
Amoungst the varietals cultivated for white wine we find Greghetto, Trebbiano and Malvasia, and those for red wine, the Sangiovese, Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot.
Amoungst the DOC dei Colli Perugini category of wines produced by the Azienda Vitivinicola Chiorri is the Bianco, the Rosato, the Rosso and the Saliato, the wines of the IGT dell’Umbria include the Grechetto, the Sangiovese, the Gabri, the Zeffiro and the Gabrino. The Selezione Antonio Chiorri is a limited series of hand-numbered bottles produced every uear in rememberance of the Winery’s founder.
To learn more about Chiorri please visit the winery website www.chiorri.it