Tenuta Sant'Antonio Valpolicella Nanfre' 2010

External Review by Premium Wine & Spirits:

This wine opens very rustic and earthy, with lots of herb and spice notes, but after a while, the bright cranberry and currant flavors begin to deepen, enhancing the complexity. A stunning value and a great alternative to your favorite Chianti or red Burgundy.

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Tenuta Sant'Antonio:
Four brothers and a love for wine which began in their father's vineyards in San Zeno di Colognola ai Colli, in the Valpolicella district, which produces the most famous wines in the Verona area: Amarone, Valpolicella and Soave.

External Reviews for Tenuta Sant'Antonio Valpolicella Nanfre'

External Review
Source: Premium Wine & Spirits
09/27/2012

This wine opens very rustic and earthy, with lots of herb and spice notes, but after a while, the bright cranberry and currant flavors begin to deepen, enhancing the complexity. A stunning value and a great alternative to your favorite Chianti or red Burgundy.


External Review
Source: Premium Wine & Spirits
09/27/2012

From the Verona province of Italy, this Valpolicella is spicy has berry on the nose. It opens up with a wave of berry and spice on the palate. The spice and berry combined with the light tannin form a delightful sipper, if you are looking for a lighter alternative to the heavier Italian reds.


External Review
Source: Premier Wine & Spirits
02/14/2013

This wine opens very rustic and earthy with lots of herb and spice notes but after a while the bright cranberry and currant flavors begin to deepen enhancing the complexity. A stunning value and a great alternative to your favorite Chianti or red Burgundy.


External Review
Source: Premium Wine & Spirits
06/07/2013

This wine opens very rustic and earthy, with lots of herb and spice notes, but after a while, the bright cranberry and currant flavors begin to deepen, enhancing the complexity. A stunning value and a great alternative to your favorite Chianti or red Burgundy. Food pairing: pasta, poultry Flavor type: traditional Body type: light-medium Finish: elegant


External Review
Source: Premium Wine & Spirits
06/07/2013

From the Verona province of Italy, this Valpolicella is spicy has berry on the nose. It opens up with a wave of berry and spice on the palate. The spice and berry combined with the light tannin form a delightful sipper, if you are looking for a lighter alternative to the heavier Italian reds. Food pairing: pasta, poultry Flavor type: traditional Body type: light-medium Finish: elegant



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