Light and breezy. Slightly peppery. Went nicely with a roast chicken dinner. The only other winery I’m aware of that make a Sangiovese is Fairview and I’m pretty sure that although theirs is beautiful, it’s pricey. This is a decent, affordable alternative.
Feather soft tannins to the point that you can’t pair this with anything rougher than fairies wing broiled in table mountain spring water. Sadly I had it with a mildly peppery chicken, but I reckon it would be the business with a creamy sauce. Still reckon the Fairview Sangiovese would be a better option if […]