Aged for 15 months in barrel; 15% French, 5% Hungarian & 5% American. Fun fact, Sangiovese, like Grenache, can lose color if they sit on skins for too long. As a winemaker, fermentation management and timing are key.
Sangiovese can be hard to find here in the land of Rhone and Bordeaux varietals but when you find a good one, keep it and share it with company. This bright cranberry and pomegranate fruit blend perfectly with hints of leather and savory herbs. The wine has a chalky tannin with subtle strawberry essence and a dry finish.
Sangiovese complements any rustic dishes that are tomato-based dishes and savory herbs. Try with ratatouille or eggplant rollatini! Sangiovese is also great with any charcuterie board as it complements prosciutto, salami, and ages italian cheeses.
Varietal 100% Sangiovese
Appellation Paso Robles