With aromas driven by earth, black olive, smoke, and a touch of musk. This is a supremely complex wine on the palate, showing a subtle acidity, hints of coffee, and sun-dried tomato finishing in a flourish of palate-coating yet well-integrated tannins that hint at the aging potential of this wine.
If ever a wine is worth waiting for it is Sangiovese. Many youthful examples can be raucous and powerful, with a harsh tannin and heavy feel on the palate. But, when aged properly and sourced from the best vines, it can make one of the great wines of the world.
Food Pairing Notes
A sensational choice now, but even better in a few years alongside a plate of pappardelle topped with a Tuscan ragu.