Serego Alighieri Sangiovese 2005

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Natalie's Review

Serego Alighieri Sangiovese 2005, Poderi Del Bello Ovile, Italy: With the acquisition of Poderi del Bello Ovile, the poet Danté's descendants, the Counts Serego Alighieri, return to their homeland of Tuscany after an uninterrupted stay in Valpolicella since 1353, where engaged in viticulture and winemaking. Now using sangiovese, canaiolo and ciliegiolo grape varieties from the hillside vineyards if Cinigiano they have begun to make a Tuscan wine with a ruby red color full of aromas of cherries and plums. Full-bodied, complex and long on the finish. 73106 13.30% D 750 mL  $18.95 Score: 89/100. July 15, 2008  Full Review