Technically, Chianti wine is any wine
produced in the Chianti region, within
central Tuscany, Italy.
Chianti was historically associated with a
squat bottle enclosed in a straw basket,
called a fiasco. However, the fiasco is only
used by a few makers of the wine today.
Most Chianti is currently bottled in a more
standard shaped wine bottles.
Baron Bettino Ricasoli (later Prime Minister
of the Kingdom of Italy) created the Chianti
recipe of 70% Sangiovese, 15% Canaiolo and
15% Malvasia bianca grapes in the middle of
the nineteenth century. Read more on this
subject on Wikipedia
Made in Neustadt, Bavaria by
Inge-glas® of Germany
4-1/2 inches - 11,5 cm