Sangiovese is one of Italy’s most famous grapes and is the variety used to produce Chianti and Brunello di Montalcino. Similar to most varieties, vineyard and winemaking practices have a significant impact on the final style of wine produced; Sangiovese can range from thin and astringent to light and fruity to rich and complex. Regardless of the style, Sangiovese’s relatively high acidity, earthy flavors and medium body make it one of the most food-friendly red wines available.
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