Sangiovese

Italy’s most prominent red grape, Sangiovese is grown all over central Italy, with its homeland in the Tuscan hills of the Chianti region, where it also produces Brunello di Montalcino, where its’ silky, cherry-toned fruit attains a depth and concentration that will leave you lost for words. You’ll find some stunning examples across the Americas (in particular Argentina and California) and in Australia where maverick winemakers are adding a dash of Italian style to New World ripeness.

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  • Rosso di Montalcino 2015 Tuscany Poggio San Polo

    Some think Rosso is bargain Brunello. Your glass will be bursting with lingering floral notes and red cherry. And, what's more, it's made under the watchful eye of consultant winemaker Nicola Biasi and his team. Nicola was brought in especially to build on Poggio San Polo's established quality and reputation. Read More.

    £28.95
  • Brunello di Montalcino 2013 Tuscany Fossacolle

    Fossacolle has produced an excellent set of new releases. At the top of the list is the 2013 Brunello di Montalcino, which exhibits a spectacular level of inner balance and positive energy. There is a level of aromatic happiness or brightness here that denotes carefully ripened Sangiovese grapes. In other words, you can taste that the fruit has not been stressed by adverse weather conditions. The 2013 vintage is indeed harmonious across the board, and this wine demonstrates that fact. Monica Larner, Wine Advocate Read More.

    £49.90

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