Sangiovese sentence example
- "Firma" is the Jewel Collection's attempt at an Italian varietal blend with Barbera, Cabernet Sauvignon, Sangiovese and Petite Sirah.
- Sangiovese is mostly known as the Chianti varietal, and if this fresh and fruity wine was from the Chianti DOCG then it would be called Chianti.
- The finish is brief but bright with that distinctive Sangiovese tang of acidity that enhances its suitability with food, particularly Italian food like pasta, pizza, risotto, or roasted chicken.
- Often referred to as Spain's Bordeaux, geographically this comparison is off as the Rioja wines have more in common with French Burgundies or Italian Sangiovese wines.
- Toscana. However, don't let the Romagna tag throw you for a loop and confuse this estate's Sangiovese with any of the regional fizzy Lambruscos.Advertisement
- This 2002 Sangiovese di Romagna Riserva is made from vineyards around Castel San Pietra and neighboring Imola.
- The fruity red wine is made from 85 percent Sangiovese blended with 15 percent Cabernet Sauvignon.
- Syrah dominates the blend with 43 percent, but then Grenache, Cabernet Sauvignon, Carignane, Mourvedre, Sangiovese, Cinsault, and Petite Sirah are thrown into the cask.
- Lately I've been buying less main-stream varietals like Grenache, Carignane, and Sangiovese to pair with barbeque.
- At least 80 percent Sangiovese grapes - The remaining 20 percent can be a blend of other grapes determined by the individual vintners.Advertisement
- Some of the unusual varieties for the area include Sangiovese, Gewürztraminer, Muscat Ottonel, Sereksiya Charni, Saperavi Rkatsiteli, and Sereksiya Rose.
- The Sangiovese grape finds its origins in the Tuscany region of Italy, but winemakers around the world, including the United States and Australia grow Sangiovese grapes.
- The flavor of Sangiovese is rather remarkable: medium-bodied with fruity overtones and moderately delicate to extremely strong.
- Sangiovese: This grape is one of the most famous in Italy and is the varietal of choice for many Tuscan wines including, Chianti, Rosso di Montepulciano and several more.
- Tuscan wines are made primarily with the Sangiovese grape; however, they may also have Bordeaux varietal grapes blended in (known as Super Tuscans).Advertisement
- Made from the Sangiovese grape, Chiantia's classic bottle shape with its straw covering can be found in Italian restaurants as well as on Italian tables around the world.
- Also traditional to the region are Sangiovese grapes used to make Chianti, Chianti Classico, and Sangiovese varietals, as well as Trebbiano.
- Capannelle: Sangiovese specialists, Capannelle makes both Chianti and Sangiovese-Merlot blends.