Find yourself searching for some extra depth and complexity in your rosé? Why not look to Brunello for the answer. An astronomer by trade, Guiseppe Sesti found his calling crafting unbelievable expressions of Sangiovese. His rosato is no different. Deep, dark, and fresh, try it with roast pork.
The indigenous Groppello grape takes center stage in “La Botte Piena,” a light-bodied red that falls into the Valtènesi DOC. There is an easy-drinking spirit common to all of La Basia’s wines. These straightforward, pleasure-filled wines are a testament to the potential of this unheralded region as well as to Giacomo’s passion for the family farm.
Villa di Geggiano is impressive, to say the least- brothers Andrea and Alessandro Boscu Bianchi Bandinelli not only produce some of the best Chianti in the region, but they also are the proprietors of a gorgeous national monument, and have a pope in the family. Needless to say, this robust rosato is sure to make you feel like Italian royalty.
The Pacina estate is located right on the border of the Chianti Classico zone, but this is not your typical sangiovese blend: racy with an elegant touch of volatility, you’ll be taken on a wild ride with each sip. It seems to evoke the landscape surrounding Pacina’s vines, full of olive groves, natural wildlife, and woodlands to maintain a thriving ecosystem.
Food friendly, versatile and perfect with a slight chill. They're BBQ All-Stars.