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Wine Basics — Grape Varietals 101: Sangiovese
A slight floral hint on the nose. Great flavour and not too bold. As an beginner-intermediate wine guy, I would recommend this wine for friends for sure and probably wouldn't mind it as a sipping wine at home while rocking a few video games...
Also, paired well with medium-hard cheese (like asiago); complimenting the flavour of the wine and cheese really nicely.
Lots of red fruit, bright ripe cherry, and some smokey leather. Light to medium body, with firm yet soft tannins (makes sense, right?!). For a girl that's not big on Italian wines, this is one I would buy again to pair with pasta, pizza, or as I did today - cheese! Very well balanced with hard cheeses.
About the Producer
Castiglione Falletto, Cuneo, Italy