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Use "chianti" in a sentence
"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.""