- n. Alternative capitalization of Chianti
“You don't really see what he does or what he did, but his nonchalant description of eating liver with a chianti is more chilling than seeing Buffalo Bill shot to death, in my opinion.”
“I think some people get scared away by the name chianti not knowing how nice the sangiovese grape can be.”
“Over the course of a few hours and a bottle of chianti, the room was treated to her performances of the climactic scenes of Violetta in "La Traviata," Mimi in "La Bohème," and the title role in "Madama Butterfly.”
“We ate at a Pizza Express near Dublin recently (it's called "Milano" over there) where two thin-crusts, a bottle of chianti and a jug of tap cost €73.”
“As terrifying as Moriarty is, I think even he would draw the line at eating human liver with some fava beans and a nice chianti.”
“If you want a red wine-based sauce, just add 400ml of chianti or other red wine, at the stage shown.”
“(And, since I had had most of a bottle of a very nice Italian chianti, my own memory likely skips over them, too.)”
“We tasted four reds (cabernet sauvignon, chianti, merlot, pinot noir) and two whites (chardonnay, pinot grigio) and found more than 20 CR Best Buys.”
“But needs must: we will have to muddle by on prosecco, chianti and Jagermeister, possibly all in one marvellously potent cocktail.”
“In Tuscany, everything is political – and nothing more so than the intrusion of international varieties alongside sangiovese in chianti classico.”
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