the chianti wine is the symbol of Chianti region it is one of the most noble wines in the world it will be always part of Tuscan cuisine and you will drink it always during the tasting lunch or dinner that will be served in Paola’s private garden at the end of the cooking class  
Cooking class in San Casciano val di Pesa in Chianti region
The Chianti Classico wine is a DOCG wine to mean that the quality and the production is controlled and guaranteed
the territory of the classic chianti is of 70000 hectares wide between Florence and Siena and includes the minicipalities of  Greve in Chianti, Barberino Val d’Elsa, Tavarnelle Val di Pesa, San Casciano Val di Pesa 
Castellina in Chianti, Gaiole, Radda, Castelnuovo Berardenga and Poggibonsi.
Cooking class in San Casciano Val di Pesa, Tuscany
Chianti Classico wine DOCG must respect specific lines such as the maximum quantity of sugar  total dry extract and total acidity
must have an alcohol content of at least 12 degrees and be aged at least 11 months
in fact you can drink it only from 1st October of the year following the harvest
Chianti Classico Wine Riserva needs to b e aged at least 24 months, 3
Of which in the bottle
It has a better smell and taste than the Chianti classico
Only 20% of chianti classico becomes Riserva
Chianti classico is made by Sangiovese vine (between 80% and 1200%)
Canaiolo Cabernet and Merlot vine cover the remaining 20%
Malvasia and Trebbiano white vines can be used at maximum of 6%
Chianti classic combines perfectly with red meat and game meaty
To taste it at best it must be oxygenated