Chianti(redirected from Chiantis)
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A dry red table wine made from a blend of different varieties of grapes, originally produced in northwest Italy.
[After the Chianti Mountains, a range of the Apennines in central Italy.]
(Placename) a mountain range in central Italy, in Tuscany, rising over 870 m (2900 ft): part of the Apennines
(Brewing) (sometimes capital) a dry red wine produced in the Chianti region of Italy
Chi•an•ti(kiˈɑn ti, -ˈæn-)
a dry red table wine of Italy.
[1825–35; after the Chianti region of Tuscany, source of the wine]