Oaky scent and mellow oaky taste. medium finish of molasses.
Slightly hot, rustic nose. Color shows some age. Smoother in the mouth. Slightly tart finish.
Blew my fucking mind. Hay/tobacco/leather on cherry/plum/raisin with a really nice nose, just the right acid, just the right body, which is to say pretty strong.
delicious and not too expensive.
Food Pairings for Ruffino Riserva Ducale Chianti Classico DOCG
Color: Ruby red Aroma: The bouquet is elegant, fragrant, and inviting. The ample fruity notes, typical for Sangiovese intertwine with a gentle spicy touch deriving from the Merlot. The aging in oak ads complexity and length to the aroma with delicious hints of walnuts, tobacco and cassis. Tasting profile: The taste is refreshingly fruity and harmonious, making IL DUCALE the perfect wine for accompanying tasty Italian dishes. Medium-bodied, with mellow tannins and a nice balance between fruit and acidity, the taste of IL DUCALE is long-lingering and characterized by hints of blue berries, raspberries, and cocoa.
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