Chewy, chunky, a little buttery and full of milk chocolate, this crowd pleaser is a good introduction to Tuscan Sangiovese. It will work well with simple dishes like pizza and pasta. It’s young and gawky, like a teenager going through adolescence.
This is a very attractive Sangiovese that is elegant without being too thin, and intense without being too powerful. The nose is ripe with aromas of forest berry, pressed violet flowers and spice (the wine is aged in oak barrels for six months). But what makes itparticularly well suited to informal foods is its acidity, which cleanses the palate and leaves an…
The nose is characterized by berry fruit, herbs and a slightly awkward briney note that recalls California’s morning marine layer. In the mouth, it delivers solid structure and medium persistent. Try with simple pasta dishes or pizza. Screwcap.
Thanks to its low price tag, this is the kind of wine you can pack for an outdoor picnic or drink at a family barbecue. It’s fresh, clean and characterized by white cherry and cassis.