Montefioralle is a locality (‘frazione’) in Greve-in-Chianti in Tuscany, Italy. Richard Baudains (2016) describes Montefioralle as ‘a picturesque hilltop village overlooking Greve, and is a microzone on the left [west] flank of the Greve valley. Wine-growers here have formed their own association, the Associazione Viticoltori Montefioralle, 15 growers, set up by Sebastiano Capponi of Villa Calcinaia.’
No certification: Montefioralle.
Alessandro Masnaghetti, I Cru di Enogea, Chianti Classico (Alessandro Masnaghetti Editore, first edition July 2014).
Bill Nesto MW & Frances Di Savino, Chianti Classico, the Search for Tuscany’s Noblest Wine (University of California Press, 2016).
Richard Baudains, ‘Sleepy? Never,’ Decanter Italy Supplement 2016, p.59.