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  • Sangiovese Tasting Notes

    This popular Italian grape varietal is the main grape in Chianti and has notes of cherry, strawberries, and spice
    when young. Pairs with tomatoes, spicy foods, and grilled meats.

    Sweetness
    Dry Sweet
    Body
    Light Full
    Acidity
    Low High
    Tannin
    Low High

    Red Cherry

    Plum

    Strawberry

    Tobacco

    Leather

    Sangiovese – Fun Facts

    Sangiovese is an extremely food-friendly wine given
    its high acidity content.

    Name associated with “Jupiter’s Blood”
    (Saguis Jovis).

    Italy’s most planted grape varietal,
    mainly represented in Tuscany.

    Sangiovese is the main grape varietal in the production of
    “Chianti”, as well as “Super-tuscan” red blends.

    Sangiovese – Prominent Grape Growing Areas

    Sangiovese – Prominent Grape Growing Areas

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