With its abundant, upfront fruit and a bright acidity Avignonesi’s Rosso di Montepulciano is a typical example of Sangiovese from Tuscany. The Netflix of reds, that surprises you and calls you back for more for its great drinkability.
The Rosso di Montepulciano has a ruby red colour highlighted by purple reflections. In the nose it opens with notes of raspberry, strawberry and blackberry that combine with aromas of sweet spices such as cinnamon and nutmeg. On the palate it is pleasant and fresh, with a good acidity. Ready to drink, it has a delicate and smooth tannic structure accompanied by generous balsamic aftertaste notes typical of Sangiovese.
The sediments you might find in this wine show that it is made of pure Sangiovese with minimal intervention. The deposit is due to its high content of a natural antioxidant called quercetin, which is perfectly safe. This is not a flaw, it is a characteristic of the pure Sangiovese.