A review of Sorensina Sangiovese for Weekend Wine Reviews #286.
Sorensina Sangiovese, 2014, Italy, Wine Insiders $19.00. They say: This wine was crafted by winemaker Donato Antonio Giuliani, from 25-year-old vines in the Contrada Vignale vineyard. The vines create concentrated fruits that yields robust and persistent flavors in this sangiovese. Puglia is known as Italy's "heel," it is a relatively flat region of the boot. It's climate helps produce grapes of intense concentration, thanks to the warm blankets of air during the day and the coastal breezes at night. The result is a unique Italian wine that can't be duplicated any where else in the world. It tastes like: red currant, raspberry, strawberry, thyme and clove. It is best served at cellar temperature 55-60 degrees fahrenheit. It pairs well with all kinds of beef dishes, such as burgers or stews and also pork sausage. We say: Almost a hint of roasted tomatoes, herbaceous, strawberries and clove. A very drinkable wine, perfect to have with your dinner. Buy again: yes.
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