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This Sangiovese exhibits a fresh bouquet of violets, woodland berries, spices and leather. Deliciously smooth, plush ...Read more...
Bouquet is rich and generous. Pretty tight - definitely needs to breathe a lot. When sufficiently aired its mouthfeel fills out and shows off a t... Read more
Di Majo Norante is a wine estate of some 200 acres in the Molise region of Italy. Molise lies between Abruzzo and Pugila on the Adriatic coast. The... Read more
Vivid ruby red in color with a fresh bouquet of violets and woodland berries. Smooth and refreshing on the palate with loads of ripe fruit. An exce... Read more
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Bouquet is rich and generous. Pretty tight - definitely needs to breathe a lot. When sufficiently aired its mouthfeel fills out and shows off a ton of flavor. Mild tannins and typical acid provide hefty structure.
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Di Majo Norante is a wine estate of some 200 acres in the Molise region of Italy. Molise lies between Abruzzo and Pugila on the Adriatic coast. The family has produced wine since the 1800’s and is committed to producing first quality wines from indigenous grapes. The Sangiovese for this wine is from 22 year old vines that were densely replanted to limit yields. The vineyards in this warm sunny region receive ample sunlight but are tempered by the cool winds off of the Adriatic. The grapes undergo an extended maceration of up to 30 days to extract the full profile of flavors and textures.
Vivid ruby red in color with a fresh bouquet of violets and woodland berries. Smooth and refreshing on the palate with loads of ripe fruit. An excellent accompaniment to hors d'oeuvres, first courses and grilled white meat dishes.
Why drink cheap Chianti, when you have this? Blackberry, chocolate and minerals, with hints of bark. Medium-bodied, with lovely clean fruit and a crisp, clean finish. Delicious.
Full and purple, with a meaty bouquet that dishes bacon, berry and cookie dough. Great feel, assuming you like yours big. As for flavor, look for plum, blackberry and spice cake. With modest tannins, this a drink-me-now kind of red, perfect with pizza or pasta.
The brilliant winemaker Riccardo Cotarella is now performing his magic at this estate, which should be sought out by readers seeking stunning wine values. One of the world's greatest wine bargains is the 2001 San Giorgio Sangiovese. A deep ruby color accompanies sweet aromas of cranberries, strawberry jam, flowers, and a foresty component. Medium-bodied, fresh, exuberant, and purely made, with a surprisingly loaded finish, it is a perfect pizza/bistro-styled red that satisfies both the palate and the pocketbook. Enjoy it over the next 1-2 years.
Delicious Sangiovese, with berry and plum character throughout. Medium-bodied, with light tannins and a juicy, fruity finish.
The 2006 Sangiovese Terre Degli Osci is simply gorgeous. This superbly balanced red offers generous, super-ripe blueberry, spice and sweet toasted oak along with a soft, accessible personality. Despite its very ripe style, the wine remains surprisingly fresh. Anticipated maturity: 2007-2009.
This Sangiovese exhibits a fresh bouquet of violets, woodland berries, spices and leather. Deliciously smooth, plush and juicy on the palate with loads of ripe fruit, Di Majo Sangiovese is recommended with pasta, pizza, sausages, parmigiana and grilled meats. A tremendous value!
Dietary Information: Organic
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