Cecchi Bonizio 2009

Wine Spectator – “Round initially, with black cherry and blackberry flavors, picking up light tannins by the finish. Straightforward, with moderate length. Drink now. 20,000 cases made.”

Winemaker Note – “The deep knowledge of their region and terroir led Cecchi to produce a wine-based Sangiovese. An area that ensures a steady maturation of the grapes. The vinification is traditional in red at controlled temperatures. All this gave birth to a wine-colored ruby red with purple reflections, the scent is intense with features that recall the ripe cherry with hints of purple. This attractive wine has the strong note of Sangiovese produced by the coast of Tuscany. Large and immediate on the palate, it has a typical fruity note of Sangiovese di Maremma.”

Tasting Date: August 2011
Vintage: 2009
Varietal: Sangiovese
Country: Italy, Tuscany
Retail Price on Tasting Date: $


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