Chilled down nicely, I poured a glass of this to have a look. My initial thoughts were that with the acid profile, this would be a very good lunch time drop to have with charcuterie. I then turned the label to find the fruit used to make this Rosé was Sangiovese. No real surprise here as Sangiovese and food are best friends.
Berry basket, dried cranberries, slight dried floral aromas and savoury characters all steal the spotlight. Good fruit weight with a dryish finish.
A reasonable wine which is well priced.
Who: Pizzini What: Rosé - Sangiovese (11.5% alc) Where: King Valley When: 2013 How: $16.50