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Food Pairings for Poggio Al Sole Chianti Classico
This is what conscientiously grown Sangiovese is capable of conveying. A word of caution for those who tend to swift judgment, this wine is nobility attempting to masquerade as a modest peasant. Give it two or three hours and pay attention to everything is says to you. I loved the perfume of cherries and red fruit, solid herb and spice backdrop, refreshing acidity, as well as subtle, elegant use of oak. The experience is like a still life that reaches out to invite you in. A must try.
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