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. Tenuta Di Burchino Chianti Superiore Docg 2015
    Carefully handpicked Sangiovese grapes with a hint of Ciliegiolo & Canaiolo aged for 12 months on Slavonian oak make up this stunning Chianti Superiore. Intense ruby red in the glass, with with plenty of cherry, leather and cedar aromatics. The round mouthfeel ... Learn More
  2. 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
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  3. Argiano Brunello di Montalcino DOCG 2015
    James Suckling: "Very floral on the nose with plums, rose petals and freshly sliced porcini mushrooms. The palate is tight and compressed with beautiful ripe fruit, wet earth and cool, stone flavors. A structured and impressive wine. Drink after 2022." Robert ... Learn More
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  4. 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
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