Sangiovese

Hailing from Italy's north, Sangiovese owes its popularity to being the primary varietal used in Chianti production.

Not an overly aromatic red varietal, the grapes impact comes from the dried plum, sour cherry and herbaceous notes it imparts on the palate along with its firm tannin structure.
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  1. UNITED CELLARS SELECTION 'SANGIOVESE BY PRIMO ESTATE' 2017
    It makes perfect sense that Primo make a superb Sangiovese, as Joe Grilli has spent many vintages making wine in Italy, the home of the variety. Very lifted aromas of vibrant cherries, Turkish delight and a lovely chocolate undertone. Complex ... Learn More
  2. RAVENSWORTH SANGIOVESE 2019
    This wine has become a massive favourite over the last few vintages, and has a tendency to sell out. The 2019 vintage was a little trickier than the last few but sangiovese loves difficult conditions, makeing it more characterful for sure ... Learn More
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    Mike Bennie
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  3. FIGHTING GULLY ROAD SANGIOVESE 2017
    Hand harvested with a wild ferment and three weeks on skins before spending 10 months in oak. The nose has cherry and savoury aromas with dried herb notes. A fruity palate exhibiting flavours of black cherry and black currant with some ... Learn More
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    Huon Hooke
  4. RENZO MASI BASCIANO CHIANTI RISERVA DOCG 2016
    Winner of a Gold medal at the Mundus Vini Grand International Wine Award for Meininger's Magazine 2018. A nose of complex earthy spices and a more obvious oak character (16 months in 40% new French Barriques) speak of the quality of this wine ... Learn More
  5. RETROMARCIA CHIANTI CLASSICO DOCG 2017
    The grapes come from vineyards consisting of shale (Galestro) 70%, sandstone (Arenaria-Calcare-Pietraforte) 20%, limestone (Alberese) 10%. The vineyards age range from plantings 2003-2010. The vinification and maturation is reminiscent of a more traditional style Chianti Classico. Intense mountain herbs, aromas of cranberry, wild ... Learn More
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    Decanter
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  6. LE MICCINE CHIANTI CLASSICO DOCG 2017
    Le Miccine is a family owned winery and vineyard that is lead by a dynamic and young team. Winemaker Paula Cook was born in Quebec, Canada, but moved to her grandparent's ancestral home of Tuscany in 2008, buying an estate that ... Learn More
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    Alistair Cooper MW
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    Gary Walsh
  7. ISOLE E OLENA CHIANTI CLASSICO DOCG 2017
    Winemaker Notes - Estate-grown, hand-harvested grapes are fermented in temperature-controlled stainless steel tanks with approximately 15 days maceration. During fermentation, delestage and pumping-over takes place twice a day. After the malolactic fermentation, the wine is racked into barrels and 4,000 liter casks ... Learn More
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  8. QUERCIABELLA CHIANTI CLASSICO 2016
    "Querciabella has been on a roll over the last few years" Antonio Galloni Perfumed and pretty, red cherry and strawberry, dusting of pepper and spice. Light and fresh, wonderful savoury note to go with the beautiful cherries notes of Sangiovese. ... Learn More
  9. UCCELLIERA ROSSO DI MONTALCINO 2015
    “Without a shadow of a doubt, Andrea Cortonesi of Uccelliera lands high on my list of favorite Brunello di Montalcino producers.” – The Wine Advocate ... Learn More
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    Gary Walsh
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    James Suckling
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  10. MERKIN VINEYARDS SHINOLA RED 2017
    This wine is Maynard James Keenan’s take on a Chianti Classico. Bright, lifted aromas of strawberry & cherry, and a beautiful medium body supported with bright acid and well structured tannins. Proof that these varietals are right at home in ... Learn More
  11. VAL DI SUGA ROSSO DI MONTALCINO 2017
    Montalcino is one of the grand Italian wine regions, developed in the 19th Century by Ferruccio Biondi-Santi from a clone of Sangiovese known as Sangiovese Grosso or locally Brunello. One of the first varietal Tuscan wines intended for ageing. Rosso ... Learn More
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    Gary Walsh
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  12. LE MICCINE CHIANTI RISERVA DOCG 2016
    Le Miccine is a family owned winery and vineyard that is lead by a dynamic and young team. Winemaker Paula Cook was born in Quebec, Canada, but moved to her grandparent's ancestral home of Tuscany in 2008, buying an estate that ... Learn More
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    Alistair Cooper MW
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    Gary Walsh
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  13. VAL DI SUGA BRUNELLO DI MONTALCINO 2014
    One of the grand Italian wines, developed in the 19th Century by Ferruccio Biondi-Santi from a clone of Sangiovese known as Sangiovese Grosso or locally Brunello. One of the first varietal Tuscan wines for ageing. Ageing is for 50 months for ... Learn More
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  14. LE MICCINE CHIANTI GRAN SELEZIONE DOCG 2014
    Le Miccine is a family owned winery & vineyard that is lead by a dynamic & young team. Winemaker Paula Cook was born in Quebec, Canada, but moved to her grandparent's ancestral home of Tuscany in 2008, buying an estate that had been ... Learn More
  15. CADUCEUS CELLARS NAGUAL DE LA NAGA 2015
    70% Sangiovese, 10% Cabernet Sauvignon, 10% Sagrantino, 10% Aglianico. Arizona’s expression of a Super Tuscan. Rich and complex yet alive with harmony and balance. Benefiting from decanting in its youth, there is a constant evolution as the wine opens up to the air. ... Learn More
  16. ISOLE E OLENA 'CEPPARELLO' IGT 2014
    ‘one of the great wines of Tuscany, but beyond that, it can also stand next to the very best Cabernets from anywhere in the world’ Antonio Galloni ... Learn More
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    Antonio Galloni
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    Robert Parker
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  17. CASANOVA DI NERI BRUNELLO DI MONTALCINO 2015
    Founded in 1971 by Giovanni Neri who with his great vision and passion understood the huge potential of wine in the Montalcino territory, it was passed on to his son Giacomo in 1991.The production started in the Eastern part of Montalcino ... Learn More
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    James Suckling
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  18. LE RAGNAIE BRUNELLO DI MONTALCINO DOCG 2015
    The exciting news from Le Ragnaie is the release of a new wine, made entirely with fruit from Montosoli. Otherwise, about half of the estate vineyards are located in the higher-elevation parts of the appellation. These locations usually show lots ... Learn More
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    Ian D'Agata
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    Monica Larner
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  19. FONTODI CHIANTI CLASSICO GRAN SELEZIONE 'VIGNA DEL SORBO' 2015
    Fontodi is located in the heart of Chianti Classico precisely in the valley which lies south of the town of Panzano and is called the “Conca d’Oro” (the golden shell) because of its amphitheatre shape. A genuine and characteristc “ ... Learn More
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    James Suckling
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    The Wine Advocate
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  20. CASANOVA DI NERI BRUNELLO DI MONTALCINO 'TENUTA NUOVA' 2015
    Founded in 1971 by Giovanni Neri who with his great vision and passion understood the huge potential of wine in the Montalcino territory, it was passed on to his son Giacomo in 1991.The production started in the Eastern part of Montalcino ... Learn More
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    James Suckling
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  21. BIONDI SANTI BRUNELLO DI MONTALCINO 2013
    Biondi-Santi remains a beacon for traditionally made Rosso and Brunello di Montalcino. The Greppo vineyards of the Biondi Santi family date back to the 1800s. Clemente Santi, nephew of Giorgio Santi, was the first to create red wines suitable for ... Learn More
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    The Wine Advocate
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    Wine Enthusiast
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    Antonio Galloni
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    Monica Larner
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    Walter Speller
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  22. ONLINE TASTING PACK - ITALIAN WINE FROM NORTH TO SOUTH, 4 WEEK COURSE

    **THIS ONLINE TASTING IS OVER**

    This pack contains a bottle of 12 different wines to be opened during a series of 4 online tastings held throughout May and early June 2020. During the COVID-19 lockdown, we will be ... Learn More

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    Mark Faber
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    Mark Faber
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    Alistair Cooper MW
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    Gary Walsh
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  23. SOLDERA CASE BASSE  2014
    "Soldera Brunellos are made with painstaking care in the vineyard, minimal handling in the cellar, indigenous fermentations and long aging in cask, typically around six years. The wines often drink well young, but really start opening up around age fifteen ... Learn More
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