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Sangiovese is a red wine grape variety originating in Italy. It is most famous as the main component of the Chianti blend in Tuscany, but winemakers outside Italy are starting to experiment with it. Young sangiovese has fresh fruity flavours of strawberry and a little spiciness, but it readily takes on oaky, even tarry, flavours when aged in barrels.
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Food Pairing: Pairs well with pizza, steak, lamb and game meats, spicy cappelini puttanesca or any tomato based pastas.
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Rutherford Hill Winery
CAW Rating: 90
1 reviews

2003 Sangiovese

Sangiovese, also known as Brunello or Sangioveto, is the primary grape in the famous Chianti appellation in Italy. Sangiovese was brought to California by Italian immigrants, many ...moreof whom settled in the Napa Valley. With the many micro climates that exist in the Napa Valley, Sangiovese thrives and produces great wines. Rutherford Hill’s 2003 Sangiovese shows the full potential of this varietal. Ruby in color, this wine has an aroma profile of strawberry jam, ripe plums that open up into cherries with notes of hazelnut and caramel. In the pallet, the wine is smooth with alcohol and acids existing in complete harmony with the tannins to create finesse in the finish. In other words, “Alzi il vostro vetro a questo vino!” (Raise your glass to this wine!)
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Acorn Winery
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2004 Sangiovese

Best of California—Gold Medal Winner California State Fair Wine Competition
Alluring aromas of smoky, sweet oak and ripe cherries lead to the full mouthfeel and firm s ...moretructure. Nuanced flavors of cherry, cranberry, and mocha blend with dusty tannins and hints of toastiness. Consistent fl avors reign from the front of the palate though the rich middle to the full finish, revealing the harmony of fruit, acid, tannins, and oak. The wine’s crisp acidity makes it a perfect match with a variety of cuisines and gives it the ability to age.
Naggiar Winery
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2005 Sangiovese

Smooth and distinctive, this lovely vibrant ruby colored Sangiovese is made from grapes lovingly grown at our family estate vineyards. Subtle aromas of cranberries, cherries and r ...moreed licorice are followed by a rich mouth feel with a lingering finish of berries and toasty oak. This wine is an excellent companion for that casual or special event and can be enjoyed now or over the next few years.

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Engelmann Cellars
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2002 Sangiovese

Sangiovese (Sawn-geo-vese) is a light red Italian varietal, usually blended with Barbera, and Nebbiolo to produce a Chianti wine blend. When produced on it's own it produces a lig ...moreht red wine with solid tannins and sharp acids. This Sangiovese displays nice strawberry and earthy characters, with a pleasant soft body. The perfect red wine for the non-red wine drinker, or those times when a big red wine isn't suitable. Enjoy with any pasta, red sauce, or sun dried tomatoes.
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Baily Vineyard & Winery
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2004 Sangiovese

Made from 100% Sangiovese, the premier grape of Tuscany. A very drinkable wine with a great nose, fresh aromas of berries and nice spicy flavors. Goes well with hamburgers, steaks, ...more turkey, duck, appetizers, cheeses, pasta dishes.
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Villa Toscano Winery
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2004 Sangiovese

A varietal synonymous with the great wines of Tuscany has found its way to the Sierra Foothills. The cherry fruit and toasty spice tones of clove, cinnamon and anise attest to its ...moreproud heritage.
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Grey Fox Vineyards
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2000 Sangiovese

Grown and produced on our own estate vineyard. This "King-of-Chianti" grape was grown on our vineyard to bring out that authentic Italian style. Crisp and slightly spicy, just the ...moreway it should be. This Sangiovese pairs well with pasta, Mexican food and other spicy dishes.

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Deaver Vineyards
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2003 Sangiovese

Grapes grown in our Old School Vineyard resulted in a soft, ripe, concentrated wine with plum, cherry and wild berry flavors and firm, round tannins with a hint of herbs and light ...moreoak. Pairing suggestions: Savory Italian-inspired dishes need an equally savory inspired wine. Great with penne pasta or spicy macaroni and clams. GOLD MEDAL WINNER - 2005 Amador County Fair.

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Frank Family Vineyards
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2005 Sangiovese
Rutherford Napa Valley

Frank Family Vineyards’ 2005 Sangiovese first exposed itsbeauty through an intense scarlet red color. The aromas arecomplex; ranging from delicate rose petals and raspberryblossom, ...more to cherrywood smoked bacon, followed by richcoffee and cinnamon. Upfront the palate is silky instructure, with bright youthful fruits of sour cherry andcranberry. While the tannins remain soft, a richness of juicystone fruit and black cherry emerge in the mid-palate, moving into a refined finish of smoky spice.

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Viansa Winery
CAW Rating: 100
1 reviews

2003 Piccolo Sangiovese

"Piccolo" is the lightest of our Sangioveses, a drinkable, food-friendly wine that's at home at any meal featuring typical Italian fare.

Viansa’s 2003 “Piccolo” Sangiovese h ...moreas a bouquet of Toasty Oak with scents of ripe cherry, blueberry, vanilla, oak and juniper. This medium bodied wine’s ruby red color eases to a magenta hue at its edges. A mouthful of ripe cherry flavors dominate with hints of nutmeg.

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Zucca Mountain Vineyards
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2005 Sangiovese Rosato

Our Sangiovese Rosato comes from a long line of award winning rosés. This vintage scored 91 points in the California State Fair and was awarded Best of Class of the Sierra Foothill ...mores appellation. This wine contains the predominant grape found in the Chianti wine of Italy, but ours is light pink with crisp citrus and strawberry aromas and flavors. It is a dry, well-balanced wine that should be served slightly chilled. It is wonderful for sipping when you want a light, fruity patio or picnic wine. It also goes well with lighter dishes such as shell fish, chicken and turkey. This is a great holiday wine when you are trying to please a variety of different palates. It is definitely a people pleaser. For a surprise, also try it with spicy food.

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Pietra Santa Winery
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2003 Sangiovese
Cienega Valley

This estate grown wine offers rich berry and spice flavors and soft, earthy undertones with lots of depth and complexity. Although barrel aged for almost two years, the oak doesn’t ...more dominate, making it a versatile wine with virtually all types of food. This wine showcases Alessio’s talent with the Sangiovese grape gained from making Chianti in his native Tuscany. A rich and structured wine with quite a following.

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White Cottage Ranch Winery
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2003 Sangiovese

Our Sangiovese is not like other California Sangioveses ours is a Super Tuscan with an attitude! We mean fruit. Produced from an Antinori Grosso clone, this is one big, beautiful w ...moreine. The combination of the quality characteristics from the rocky Howell Mountain soil it comes from and patience during ripening and you get a thoroughly spectacular wine. The color is deep purple. The mouth is silky and slightly exotic with mild pomegranate flavors. The finish literally makes your mouth water. It drinks well now, and should still shine in 8-10 years.

Ledson Winery & Vineyards
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2004 Knights Valley Sangiovese Reserve
Knights Valley

Whether you are sitting on your back porch relaxing as the sun is falling behind the hills or you are gathered around a table for a family dinner, Sangiovese is a wine to complemen ...moret many occasions. With eucalyptus, strawberries, mocha & brown sugar tantalizing the nose and raspberries encompassed by oak, maple & leather flavors on the palate, our Knights Valley Sangiovese Reserve reveals several layers for reflection. A reserve wine has different meanings for everyone. Whether it be one or a combination of the longer aging in the barrel, low yielding vineyard blocks for more concentrated fruit or a low case production, Reserve Wines represent the best we have to offer.

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Chatom Vineyards
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2004 Gitano ~ Sangiovese
Calaveras County

Aromas of black cherry, vanilla, cranberry and a hint of tobacco lead to a rich mouth of peppery black cherry and plums. Finished by a welcoming blend of black pepper and berries. ...moreGreat with Italian food!

Won a "SILVER" at the California State Fair

100% Sangiovese

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Flora Springs Wine Co
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2005 Sangiovese
Pope Valley

Our Sangiovese comes from our Cypress Ranch vineyard in Pope Valley. Sangiovese, as a varietal, is a vigorous vine and will tend to set more fruit than it can ripen properly, so th ...moree vines get thinned throughout the growing season in order to concentrate the flavors in the remaining fruit. The vineyard is on a sloping hillside with ample sunshine, regional traits that the Italians look for when planting Sangiovese.

Flora Springs Wine Co
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2005 Rosato

We decided to make a dry Rose for the first time from our 2005 harvest. We immediately pressed the juice off a small lot of Sangiovese grapes as they came into the winery during cr ...moreush and used a few barrels of the red Sangiovese to give it a beautiful rose/salmon tint before bottling. This wine is refreshing and full of fruit –strawberries on the nose with delicious flavors of strawberries and cranberries on the palate and finish. With little residual sugar, this dry wine is perfect for sipping at those backyard barbeques this spring and summer, pairing delightfully with almost anything you can cook up on the grill.

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Foxen Vineyard
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2004 Sangiovese Volpino
Santa Ynez Valley

"This wine drinks deliciously with anything from burgers to pasta to pizza. It displays aromas of rose petals, earth and raspberry liqueur-with sweet cherry flavors and texture of ...morewell worn leather." - Bill Wathen

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Ortman Family Vineyards
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2005 Sangiovese
Paso Robles

Our 2005 Sangiovese is inspired by Matt Ortman's winemaking travels in Italy and comes from Algunas Dias Vineyard in rugged Ranchita Canyon northeast of Paso Robles. It offers an e ...morenchanting bouquet of cherry and raspberry with nuances of vanilla and thyme. The palate unfolds with bright flavors of bing cherry, raspberry and plum, finishing with lively acidity.

Gerber Vineyards
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2004 Laraine Sangiovese

A number of years ago, Gerber Vineyards began shifting the emphasis of growing Chardonnay to growing red varietals. After comparing our growing season conditions to other parts of ...morethe world, we surmised that although we have cool nights due to our elevation, our warm and sometimes hot summer days may best lend themselves to varietals which are planted in the Mediterranean regions of Europe.

The 2004 Laraine Sangiovese is blended with small quantities of Syrah and Cabernet Sauvignon to increase its color, density and structure. It is a lively wine which will accompany grilled meats and fish. I suggest you chill the wine slightly and enjoy it while cooking.

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