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Tiziano Sangiovese Blend Chianti 2011
Fresh on the palate, due to its youth and the slightly cooler growing season, this is a wine to enjoy in the fruit of its youth. However, this wine can be stored for two to three years to allow for more complexity. Pairings: Grilled meats, simply prepared, drizzled with olive oil and sprigs of fresh rosemary or lemon, fresh ground pepper and coarse salt. It also pairs wonderfully with pizza or pasta.
Tiziano is a brand of wines based in Tuscany, Italy, named for 16th century painter Tiziano Vecellio. The wines are produced mainly in the Chianti region, and feature a traditional Chianti, Chianti Riserva, Pinot Grigio (produced in the Veneto) and Prosecco.
Dry and acidic with nice forward fruit. A bit unbalanced in that the alcohol slightly overpowered the fruit. But, it went perfectly with a tomato and garlic dish.
medicinal, cherry nyquil-cherry halls on the nose, light bodied and smooth with a little tartiness.
Very good QPR Chianti. Fresh sour cherry aromas and flavors, kind of like the Italian equivalent of Beajolais. Not complex, but a great wine for pizza and pasta with red sauce, served slightly colder than you would most red wines.
Patricia loved this one!!! I liked it after plenty of oxygenation...
This is not tanic enough for my taste.
Had this wine last night... pretty light for a Chianti... great table red, actually... wanted more but was the sole drinker with mother and daughter...
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