Tread Softly Sangiovese

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Sourced from established vineyards of the rich soils of the border of Victoria and South Australia. The vines are mostly dry-grown and utilise expert canopy management to help to control ripening and vigour. Harvested in the cool of the morning to avoid the warmer temperatures of the day. The fruit is quickly delivered to the winery for destemming and crushing prior to a regular fermentation in stainless steel tank. The wine is aerated and temp controlled for an even ferment and then spends 3 months in tank prior to bottling and an early release. 

A lighter bodied rendition of Sangiovese displaying dark cherries and a savoury dried herb complexity. The palate is juicy and soft ripe berry flavours with a hint of earthy intensity. As this wine is lighter in body it can handle a quick chill prior to serving. Perfect with a classic dish of penne and mushrooms. 

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Additional Details

SKU:
14229-UNIT
Size:
750
Container Type:
Bottle
Country:
Australia
Alcohol %:
10.8
Style:
Dry Red
Varietal:
Sangiovese

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