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Sangiovese is one of the noble grapes of Italy made famous from wine that spread across the world from the Chianti region to is place today making some of the worlds finest as well as some of the worlds great red wine values. Sangiovese is the main Grape of Tuscany and the backbone of Tuscan red wine, weather it’s from Chianti, Brunello or Vino Nobile. It is important to note that Sangiovese is grown all over Italy. The most important aspect of the grape is its drinkability. It can make a great simple red that’s packed with delicious berry fruit or it make a wine that can age with the best of them and rival the finest. Sangiovese makes wine that matches incredibly well with food. Its higher level of acidity really brings out food flavors and adds to the meal.


Combines finesse and body structure


Aromas of cherry, plum, tar and black pepper


Combines finesse and body structure


Beautiful aromas of cherry, plum, tar


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Subtle Fruit Throughout


Very fruity with lot of Ripasso style


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Italy - Tuscany and Piedmont

2016 Castello di Romtorio Brunello


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Underbrush, camphor and new leather aromas get together with grilled herbs


The fruit is shapely and dense with plenty of blackberry and black cherry


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Colour : Intense ruby. Nose : Complex with a delicate floral fragrance. Flavour : It’s a wine with a “grip” a soft tannin with structure.