Color: Red Types of wines: Red, Rose Categories: PGI
Description: The name of this Italian variety comes from the Latin sanguis Jovis signifying the blood of Jupiter. It is a fairly common variety of central Italy, which gives both fresh and aged wines. Originally they are distinguished from fresh fruity aromas like strawberry, which by staying in the barrel turn into ripe odors which sometimes are reminiscent of tar and oak. In our country this variety is vinified in small quantities, giving very remarkable wines.
Typical wine characteristics: Aromatic and complex
Dense and impenetrable ruby color at a very interesting blend of two international varieties. Mature and rich bouquet of spicy aromas, with hints of violets and berries, plum jam, oak wood and tobacco..
Bright cherry color with light purple hues, lively and pleasant aromas of red fruits, starring cherry, pomegranate and strawberry and a sence of caramel butter on the background. Mouth feel with an ag..