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"Scantianum" Red, Maremma Toscana - 2016

Item # 27322 750mL
$11.96/ Single Bottle
$143.52 $129.17/ Case of 12
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Tasting Notes

This fresh, unoaked, luminous Sangiovese blend has plums, juicy blueberries, and cherries on the nose and palate. Medium-bodied with lithe tannins, this is an easygoing, well-balanced quaffing red. A great idea for cured meats, appetizers, pasta with meat sauce, and, of course, pizza.


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