Sangiovese Red Wine
The Sangiovese grape is very adaptable and versatile red grape variety offering bold, structural and potentially long-lived wines. Ubiquitous throughout Italy, Sangiovese is perhaps best known as the core varietal in Chianti and many "Super Tuscan" wines. Sangiovese's character lends itself beautifully as a blending component, however, is also perfectly adept as a pure varietal producing generally fresh, fruit forward wines. Outside of Italy Sangiovese’s attributes have been replicated, most notably in Australia where the variety has huge potential.
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