Cecchi Bonizio Maremma Rosso 2008
Tonight I'm enjoying a bottle of my office wine club's latest selection, the 2008 Bonizio Sangiovese di Maremma! You know how much I love wine and my wine club buddies, so this is bound to be something fun. Now many of you are probably already quite familiar with the Sangiovese grape, the foundational grape in so many wonderful wines of Tuscany, from classic Chianti to the king of the hill, Brunello di Montalcino. Well, unlike a typical Sangiovese, the Sangiovese di Maremma comes from the southern and western section of the region, where a combination of the warmer climate and red soil provides for a more robust varietal. See my full review here: http://allaloneonaplanetfullofpeople.blogspot.com/2012/06/2008-bonizio-sangiovese-di-maremma.html
Nice little Tuscan... needs to breathe when opened, and temperature is key with this wine.
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Intensives Rubinrot. Fruchtiges Bouquet, trocken, herb, gut eingebundene Tannine, volle Struktur.