Sagrantino-Sangiovese blend balances Italy's most planted grape variety (Sangiovese) with one of the country's more obscure regional specialties (Sagrantino). The resulting wine is deeply colored and layered with red- and dark-berry flavors.
Purplish-edged ruby in appearance. On the nose, fragrances of ripe red fruit blend with dark cherry preserves and hints of balsam. The palate is smooth and mouth filling, with good weight and complexity, thanks to prominent redcurrant and wild red berry fruit flavours. A crisp acidity and judicious tannins support it through an appealing, lingering finish.
Full-flavoured dishes, such as baked or meat-sauced pastas, aged cheeses, and main courses of red meats or game.