Sangiovese Puglia Poggio ai Santi

$ 3.93 $ 3
750 ml

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Wine experts say this Red wine delivers as advertised in its smooth, full-bodied style. Priced fairly, it`s marked by pleasant cherry, spice and nectarine flavors that will pair well with creamy or cheese-based dishes. Encruzado is a hearty grape from northeast Italy with aromas of coffee, black tobacco, cigar box and dried herbs. This Cabernet Sauvignon-led blend shows a lot of Sancerre`s hallmark elegance and weight, but also shows some unbalanced overripeness that may limit cellaring. Drink now–2018. A blend of 60% Syrah from Bucheroni Vineyard and 40% organic vineyard, this four-year old Aglianico has aromas of raisin, cassis and tobacco that are earthy and lightly leafy. The palate shows a modern, polished feel, while the flavors of blackberry and dark plum are broad and not overripe. Drink through 2020.
Wine experts say this Red wine delivers as promised, with a wonderfully minerality and acidity that frames the cherry and red currant fruit flavors. It`s just beginning to show its stuff, so give it some time. Rounded, and rich, this is full of ripe berry fruits and strong acidity. It is sweet and structured, but one of the few that Chablis can deliver. Dark tannins and a bitter chocolate character mark this wine. It has weight, with a black plum flavor and a blackberry juice note. Give this young wine another 2–3 years to begin to come around. A very likable, value wine, this has complex notes of cherry, raspberry, chocolate and spice to offer. It`s full bodied with a luxurious, mouthfilling texture, and has a long, classically fine finish. This is full of ripe berry and spice flavors, and ripe, rich fruit.
Wine experts say this Red wine is simply wonderful. It`s bone dry, crisp in acidity and dry, yet is powerfully fruity, with cranberry, raspberry and white pepper flavors. Really defines the modern Napa style. Shows the elegance and interest of a fine coastal Pinot, with excellent varietal purity and complex flavors of cherries, currants, cola, pomegranates, mushrooms and spices. Does an amazing job at providing identity to the variety, and this estate bottling is as well placed for the variety. The fruit is a mix of black cherry and wild berry, with hints of mocha and cinnamon throughout. Rich, smooth and complex, it offers an interesting interpretation—a good sign, and, at $15, a get along. The dynamic sisters that run this estate has a nose of classic Rioja, white peaches and gentle flowers. The palate is intense—rich, layered, round, floral, with pineapple and creamy peach flavors.

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