Species: Vitis Vinifera
Parentage: Offspring of Ciliegiolo & “Calabrese Montenuovo” (A nearly extinct grape variety)
Aliases: Brunello, Sangiovese Grosso
Grape Color: Purple
Regions: Primarily Tuscany; also Romagna, Lazio, Campania, Sicily

Prounounced “San-joh-vay-say,” this Italian wine varietal is Tuscany’s #1 red wine grape. It’s the pistol of Central Italy, with the capability to produce styles ranging from red wines to still wines, sparkling wines to dessert wines, It’s the grape every grape wants to be, with at least 14 Sangiovese clones existing today.

Sangiovese is excellent as a blend, but when used as a sole varietal, it is hard and acidic. Winemakers tend to blend this varietal with Bordeaux grapes, such as Cabernet Sauvignon, and even white wine grapes, sometimes Trebbiano and Malvasia. Sangiovese’ role in Tuscany’s famous Chianti wines is similar to Cabernet Sauvignon’s key presence in Bourdeaux wines -- A typical Read more »

Mentor for Sangiovese Wines

Wisequeen Donna Jackson

Passionate wine enthusiast/writer/consultant.Specialist on Italy, where She has made her home and kingdom for the past decade. Travels extensively in Europe and New world,Portugal,Douro, South Africa,and in particular Bordeaux style wines, loves Dolcetto

View Profile » View Top Lists »

View More

Popular Sangiovese wines

Find local availability for these wines:Submit

Page 692 of 850

Sangiovese on Snooth

  • Valpolicella Superiore Ripassa NV


    No written review

    Wine review by kagelrocks

  • Castello Banfi 2003


    Easy to drink. Moderate tannins and great with red meat as one would expect. Nice mouth feel and finish. Read More

    Wine review by DrSMF

  • Fattoria di Bibbiani Chianti 2003


    Good cherry and earthiness on the nose. On the palette it had strong acidity, with cherry, dashed with a little funk. I wasn't analyzing the wine too closely, but it was a good enough value for the price. When paired with a tomato based pasta sauce, it went well, on it's own the acidity was a bit much, but not undrinkable. Read More

    Wine review by JoshuaChrist

  • Castello di Gabbiano Sangiovese Toscana IGT Bellezza 2001


    A pretty good meal wine. Drinking it while having a red sauced pasta brings out the flavor more. Also, I prefer this slightly chilled, Im not sure how others would drink it. Read More

    Wine review by abottleatatime

  • Altesino Montosoli Brunello di Montalcino 2001


    Wonderful aromas of dark fruit, black cherries with a hint of leather. Well balanced, full bodied with a medium finish. Read More

    Wine review by dale17

  • Altesino Montosoli Brunello di Montalcino 2003


    No written review

    Wine review by dale17

  • Cantine Bonacchi Badesco Toscana IGT 1999


    No written review

    Wine review by Iowawine

  • Miner Family Sangiovese Gibson Ranch 2005


    This one surprised me. Still a fruity Cal-Ital wine, but there were some nice spice notes that made it quite unique and interesting. Read More

    Wine review by adamlevin

  • Dievole Chianti Classico 2001


    No written review

    Wine review by Quantum Mechanic

  • Hello! I'd figured this is the "introduce yourself" page and I might as well ... such as Barbera, Pinot Nero, Sangiovese, Valpolicella and a couple of blends. But trust me.. I won't turn down a good Brunello!!!Well.. that's enough of me.. how's everyone else here on the board Read More

    Forum post in the topic Hello all!

prev 1 ...  690 691 692 693 694  ...  850 next

Best Wine Deals

See More Deals

Sangiovese Top Lists

Recent Forum PostsView all

Sangiovese wine ratings and reviews

Snooth Media Network