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Italian wine and grape guide : Sangiovese Grosso (Brunello)

Sangiovese Grosso (Brunello)

The Sangiovese grape has ancient uncertain origins and the origin of the name is even more unsure, and it is a grape that significantly changes its characteristics depending on the climate and altitude at which it is planted. The Sangiovese grape variety comes in two distinct types: the Sangiovese Grosso, cultivated in Tuscany and includes the Brunello and the Prugnolo Gentile and a Sangiovese piccolo, small, which is widely planted both in Tuscany and outside, and includes the Morellino di Scanzano.

Producers growing the grape

If what you read sounds interesting, why not try any of the wine/s below made with Sangiovese Grosso (Brunello)

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