$16.15 in any six
$18.99 in any six
This terrific Tuscan blend of Sangiovese and Cabernet offers raspberry and cherry aromas. The palate is lean and lively with red berry fruits and plum pudding flavours. Now sealed under screw-cap, it's fresher and more vibrant than ever!
Easy to get hold of and hard to resist, this sangiovese and cabernet blend from Tuscany is an excellent table companion. Spicy and savoury, with plenty of cherry, it's delicious with sage-infused saltimbocca and can be purchased by the dozen for as little as $15 a bottle.
Vintage: 2010 Greg Duncan
Source: MasterChef Magazine Aug 2012
Again we are amazed by how much life this wine now has under screwcap. Very vibrant with buoyant acidity and freshness; savoury plums and currants that are plush, modern looking yet lined with a dry rustic touch that is spot on. A ripper value wine.
Vintage: 2009 Score: 91 points
Dan Murphy's Wine Panel
Good to see this inexpensive Italian red sealed with a screwcap. It s a blend of sangiovese and cabernet sauvignon. It provides an authentic Italian red experience, without being screamingly good value. It s grippy and dry, so if your preference is for fleshy/fruity/sweet Aussie reds, then this might not be your go. It tastes of iodine, black cherries, walnuts and fresh leather. It doesn t have a lot of flavour to hold onto but I d argue that it has enough to satisfy. It s a dry, leathery, nutty red.
Vintage: 2009 Score: 86 points
Source: The Wine Front
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