Castello di Querceto is situated in the Greve in Chianti subzone, in the generally higher part overlooking the border with Arezzo. Here they make Chianti Classico with a vivid profile, as is the case with their two Gran Selezione wines (Querceto's flagship products): La Corte and Picchio. The former, which matures in large oak barrels, is more territorial, thanks in part to a greater presence of sangiovese in the blend. The latter exhibits a more modern style, by virtue of the presence of international varieties and the use of medium and small barrels. The Chianti Classico Gran Selezione La Corte '19 truly hits the mark. Its aromas are airy and refined, passing from small red fruits to a slight spiciness and notes of undergrowth on a light smoky base; in the mouth the wine exhibits a lovely balance and a juicy, fragrant progression led by a nicely-calibrated acidity that plays on fruity echoes. Both the Chianti Classico '20 and the Gran Selezione Il Picchio '19 are well crafted.