In the beautiful region of Tuscany, Italy, these vines were grown in lime and clay soil. The grape varietal, Sangiovese, is the most widely planted grape in Italy and is the staple grape of the Tuscan region, Chianti. Romantically enough, the existence of Sangiovese in Italy dates back generations, some theories suggesting the grapes date back to the Romans.
This Chianti is a dark ruby red with aromas of red berries, sour cherries, and black current. Structurally delicate and soft in tannins, this is an approachable wine suited for those looking to take their taste buds on a vacation to the dreamy region of Tuscany, Italy!