Sangiovese

Sangiovese is the feature grape of Chianti and originates in the Tuscan region of Italy. On its own or featured in Chianti, Sangiovese wines are usually bone-dry with high acidity and medium body and tannin levels. Not surprising- Sangiovese wines are wonderful with pizza and pasta.

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Selection Sangiovese

The pride of Italy's Tuscany region, this blend is famous for its full, dry character and elegant flavours of cherries and blackberries. Sturdy and robust, with tangy undertones and a slight spiciness. Ageing uncovers its complex depth of flavour.

Sweetness

Body

Oak

Vol/Yield
16L / 23L

Ready in
6 Weeks




Legacy Sangiovese

The most famous wine of Italy to drink young or aged. A lively fresh and fruity wine that is produced from classic red grape varieties.

Sweetness

Body

Oak

Vol/Yield
16L / 23L

Ready in
6 Weeks




World Vineyard Italian Sangiovese

The lively fruit and good acidity make this one of the most food-friendly of all red wines. Enjoy notes of cherries and a dash of white pepper.

Sweetness

Body

Oak

Vol/Yield
10L / 23L

Ready in
4 Weeks




Vintners Reserve Sangiovese (formerly Chianti)

Firm, dry red wine style of the famous Tuscany region of Italy. Characteristically tannic, this robust Italian wine bursts with flavours of berries, spices and herbs. Superb with veal or spicy pasta.

Sweetness

Body

Oak

Vol/Yield
10L / 23L

Ready in
4 Weeks






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