This blend of Sangiovese and Merlot delivers all the classic spice, warmth, and body of classic Tuscan wines for an incredible value. It’s the quintessential Italian dinner wine — organically farmed and the ideal complement to juicy late summer tomatoes and comforting Italian dishes.
Bolsignano’s Rosso is no sideshow to their Brunello — it’s great right now with a few years on it and would be even better after a stint in the cellar. This savory Sangiovese shines with minerality and aromas of Tuscan herbs and dried wildflowers. Drink it with juicy lamb chops and good friends.
This gorgeous Chianti represents an old-school, no frills style that is meant to stun you on the table. Pair with salumi, prosciutto, or pizza. Ripe and rich, but with ample freshness, you’ll find commingling flavors of leather, cherry, baking spices, and smoke–classic, unimprovable Chianti at its best.
Thank heavens that producers like Monteraponi continue to make classic, elegant expressions of Chianti Classico. This blend of Sangiovese and Canaiolo is bright with notes of fresh cherry, leather, and dried herbs. Pair with everything from pizza to roast lamb and enjoy this Tuscan beauty.
Silvio Messana left his life in New York City to take over his family’s estate in the heart of the Chianti region of Tuscany. He and his wife Catalina quickly discovered their passion for biodynamics and haven’t looked back. Deep and complex, this Sangiovese rosé is both cerebral and totally quaffable.
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