Sangiovese is both pretty and robust. We select several vineyard sites to make this final blend, because each site expresses itself differently.
"The interesting thing about Italian varieties is that they have plenty of acidity and don’t reach those high alcohol levels."
Christopher Ferrara, Winemaker
Sangiovese can differ in style. Our Sangiovese is bright and rich, meant to be a fantastic complement to food.
Medium-bodied with soft, fleshy red fruits and bright aromas of plum with a touch of spice. This wine has a pretty brick hue with flavors of dried rose petals, cherry and light cinnamon. The Sangiovese has a lingering finish that beckons for savory dishes.
Sangiovese is grown all over Italy but particularly important in Tuscany, Emilia-Romagna, the Marche and Umbria. Sangiovese is famously recognized in Italy by the region from which the fruit is sourced and how it is processed—this includes Brunello di Montalcino and Chianti Classico.