Not far from Tuscany, in Umbria, they grow an old grape called sagrantino that has thick, dark skins and ripens well alongside the more famous sangiovese. In Montefalco they make wine from both of these grapes, but this wine is pure sagrantino. Drinking like syrah or aglianico, expect this wine to show a lot of tannin, deep red fruit notes, and a good herbal and earthy balance. Rustic and brooding, pair this wine with our pepperoni pizza, spicy spaghetti, spaghetti and meatball, or even pesto!
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