Tasting Notes: Dried Cherry, Red Berry, Balsamic, Savory
In Tuscany, Sangiovese is the primary grape in three of Italy's most popular red wines: Chianti, Vino Nobile and Brunello di Montalcino. However, Montalcinos have more texture and complexity than Chianti due to differences in soil and warmer climate in Montalcino. Brunellos are aged longer too. This make Brunello Tuscany's most exclusive, expensive and cellar worthy wine. Prepare your next steak Tuscan style and open a bottle.