This is not Sagrantino’s younger brother; it is a flavorful and age worthy wine in its own right, with great dignity and much potential. The fusion of traditional grapes, Sangiovese and Sagrantino - along with the addition of Barbera (which is actually traditional to Montefalco, but gained popularity in Piemonte), ensure this wine has the makings of a future Montefalco classic.
|Format:||1 x 1500ml|
|Varietal(s):||Sangiovese, Barbera, Sagrantino|
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