Ramona Singer Sangiovese/Merlot 2010

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A Sangiovese base is blended with a small percentage of Merlot to create a fresh, appealing, fruit-forward wine. Aged...

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Source: The Wine Buyer
11/28/2012

A Sangiovese base is blended with a small percentage of Merlot to create a fresh, appealing, fruit-forward wine. Aged in oak for a period of time, Ramona's latest release can be considered a 'mini-Super-Tuscan' with appealing aromatics and a fresh, fruit-forward flavor profile.


Winemaker's Notes:

A Sangiovese base is blended with a small percentage of Merlot to create a fresh, appealing, fruit-forward wine. Aged in oak for a period of time, Ramona’s latest release can be considered a “mini-Super-Tuscan” with appealing aromatics and a fresh, fruit-forward flavor profile. This new release is a welcome addition to Ramona’s collection, pairing nicely with everyday fare, from pastas to pizza to simple preparations of red meats. Makers Notes

A Sangiovese base is blended with a small percentage of Merlot to create a fresh, appealing, fruit-forward wine. Aged in oak for a period of time, Ramona’s latest release can be considered a “mini-Super-Tuscan” with appealing aromatics and a fresh, fruit-forward flavor profile. This new release is a welcome addition to Ramona’s collection, pairing nicely with everyday fare, from pastas to pizza to simple preparations of red meats. Makers Notes

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