Sangiovese

Food pairings: a good choice for Italian and other Mediterranean-style cuisines. Districts: sangiovese produces the Chiantis of Italy’s Tuscany region and, of late, good wines from California. Typical taste in varietal wine: the primary style is medium-bodied with fresh berry and plum flavors.

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  1. 2015 Tratturi Primitivo

    2015 Tratturi Primitivo

    $12.99

    Vineyard: Grapes are sourced from vineyards around the town of Salento. Viticulture: Grapes are harvested in the first half of September. Vinification: Vinified at a controlled temperature between 73 and 79 degrees F. Aging: Stainless steel. Learn More
  2. Feudo Di Acardia Sangiovese 2014

    Feudo Di Acardia Sangiovese 2014

    $14.94

    Up front acidity blending into a beautiful dark cherry, blackberry fruit, soft tannins, lingering finish. Learn More
  3. Sangiovese Toscana Caparzo

    Sangiovese Toscana Caparzo

    $14.94

    Intense ruby red color with notes of violet. The bouquet is intense, fruity and spicy with notes of mature blackberry, raspberry and vanilla. Savory, flavorful and round with a persistent aftertaste. Given its fruitiness, Sangiovese can be paired with first courses and white meats. Learn More
  4.  Fuoristrada Sangiovese Tetra Pak Vegan Organic Wine

    Fuoristrada Sangiovese Tetra Pak Vegan Organic Wine

    $16.99

    This wine expresses the classic qualities of Italian Sangiovese - intense ruby red with hints of purple; aromas of cherry and red plums, and spice; on the palate it's fresh and fruity, medium-bodied and well balanced, with juicy acidity and a long finish. Enjoy this delicious ready to drink Sangiovese, in an environmentally conscious package, from vineyards farmed organically by passionate growers! Tasting notes: Aromas of cherry and red plums; fresh and fruity Learn More
  5. Florentia Chianti Riserva 2011

    Florentia Chianti Riserva 2011

    $17.94

    Wine maker Sabino Russo creates this wine from selected Chianti vineyard grapes: 85% Sangiovese, 10% Canaiolo, 5% Cabernet Sauvignon. This delicious red wine is bright ruby red in colour and has an intense and characteristic bouquet that is fruity with a violet fragrance. The palate is dry and harmonious with notes of dark chocolate and black cherries. Ideal with grilled meat and pasta dishes with rich tomato sauce. Alc. 12.5% Vol. Wine of Italy Learn More
  6. Borgo Reale Chianti

    Borgo Reale Chianti

    $18.99

    Bright ruby red color with cherry and chocolate on the nose. Intensely fruity and velvety, yet round with soft tannins, it's broad of flavors of the earth coasts it off into a detailed complex finish. Learn More
  7. Rocca Delle Macie Chianti Classico

    Rocca Delle Macie Chianti Classico

    $19.99

    Medium to deep ruby colour with aromas of sour cherry, cranberry, cedar, camphor and violets. Dry, crisp, balanced with a warm cranberry fruit tone coming on in the mid palate. Medium-bodied with a lingering, warm fruit with a crisp finish Learn More
  8. Sassoregale Sangiovese

    Sassoregale Sangiovese

    $23.94

    Gorgeous ruby red color with translucence; cherry, clove on the nose; tart cherry, oak, vanilla, balsamic notes on the palate. Dry, medium-light body, light tannins, some acidity; tart cherry dominates. Some silkiness emerges after exposure to air - this is yet another red that cries out for decanting. Hints of roasted tomato and some red currant tang also emerge, especially on the finish, although those flavors run alongside the tart cherry that expresses itself from start to relatively quick finish. This wine celebrates the art of tart. (Gus Clemens, gusclemens.com, Dec. 10, 2016) Learn More
  9. Borgo Scopeto Chianti Classic 2013

    Borgo Scopeto Chianti Classic 2013

    $24.94

    Dark ruby red in the glass. This wine shows a full and intense bouquet but at the same time sweet and fruity, with hints of black soft fruit. Pleasant overtone of noble wood, vanilla and cocoa and a surprising cherry finish. On the palate, dry, firmly structured, austere and elegant; well balanced. Excellent persistence of the flavor on the palate. Learn More
  10. Brecciarolo Velenosi

    Brecciarolo Velenosi

    $26.94

    Medium-bodied still red wine, warm and deep, with rich and spicy scents, aged for 18 months in barrique Learn More
  11. Fibbiano Le Pianette

    Fibbiano Le Pianette

    $29.94

    Simple, clean and bright, Le Pianette is all about fresh fruit. The blend is 70-30 Sangiovese and Colorino, and it offers lively cherry and blueberry notes. Learn More
  12. Barbi Morellino 2014

    Barbi Morellino 2014

    $32.94

    Has a brilliant and intense ruby red appearance and an ample, persistent bouquet with plum and red berry tones. The palate is full and generous, with velvety tannins and a long finish. Learn More
  13. Le Volte Dell Ornellaia Toscana

    Le Volte Dell Ornellaia Toscana

    $39.94

    Intense ruby ​​red to the sight. It proposes to the luscious smell of black cherry, blackberry and black mature fruit, enriched with spicy and mineral tones. In tasting the tannins reveal themselves still gritty, and they say they are ready to support the wine at least until the next decade. Good persistence and fruity closure. Learn More
  14. Albatreti Rosso Di Montalcino

    Albatreti Rosso Di Montalcino

    $42.94

    K&L Italian Wine Buyer Greg St. Clair knew that Albatreti was a real find the moment he put his nose in a glass of the 2010 Brunello: "We’ve been traveling to Montalcino for more than 20 years and have tasted a veritable ocean of Brunello. We’d never even heard of this producer, the first vintage was the 2009, and we hadn’t seen it in the market at all. We re-tasted another bottle just to make sure we didn’t get mispoured, and the second time we had a 'Double Wow'! So we went out to meet the producer, Gaetano Salvioni and found a self proclaimed 'hobbyist'.... His vineyards are about 30 years old and just southwest of the town of Montalcino in a rocky outcrop in some of the highest elevations in Montalcino." The Rosso delivers the same skill of this talented new producer, but without the Brunello price tag. Learn More
  15. 2007 Caparzo Brunello di Montalcino

    2007 Caparzo Brunello di Montalcino

    $45.94

    winemaker's notes: Garnet red, intense and brilliant, with light orange hints. The bouquet is penetrating, very full and varied, reminiscent of wild berries. On the palate, dry, warm, full-bodied, harmonious, delicate and austere and persistent at the same time. Pair with roasts, grilled, spit-roasted or braised meats, game and ripe cheeses. alcohol by volume: 13.0% critical acclaim: "A supple, accessible red, exuding cherry, strawberry and floral flavors, with a hint of tobacco. Elegant and balanced, with depth and a lingering, subtle finish. Drink now through 2020." 92 Points Wine Spectator "The 2007 Brunello di Montalcino wraps around the palate with layers of rich, seductive fruit. There is plenty of expressiveness in the glass, even if the wine loses some of its persistence on the mid-palate and finish. This is a tasty, approachable Brunello that should drink well right out of the gate. The 2007 spent three years in Slavonian and French oak casks." 91 Points The Wine Advocate Learn More
  16. Caparzo Brunello Montalcino

    Caparzo Brunello Montalcino

    $54.94

    The Caparzo Brunello di Montalcino displays deep garnet color with full and penetrating aromas of wild berries. The palate is dry, warm full-bodied while harmonious, delicate and austere at the same time, persistent. Learn More
  17. Barbi Brunello De Montalcino

    Barbi Brunello De Montalcino

    $74.94

    Intense, vivid ruby red color with aromas of red berries, maraschino cherry and liquorice. The aromas repeat on the palate with more hints of liquorice and tobacco. Tannins are firm and a fruit is refreshed by a lively acidity that leads to a long, persistent finish. Learn More
  18. Altesino Brunello 2011

    Altesino Brunello 2011

    $84.94

    Ruby red, tending to garnet red with aging. A broad, ethereal and compound smell with hints of violet and a pleasant hint of wild berries and vanilla. Dry, warm and velvety, denoting a richtexture and fine breed. Pair with: Roasted red meat, noblegame and medium aged cheese. Learn More
  19. Antinori Tignanello

    Antinori Tignanello

    $179.94

    Toscana, Tuscany, Italy- Lovely nose reveals hints of herbs and leather adding complexity to the dark plum and black currant fruit that explodes on the palate. There are many "Super Tuscans" today, but this Sangiovese-Cabernet blend was the first, and still stands out from the crowd. Learn More

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