Colle Corviano Sangiovese Terre di Chieti IGP

Sangiovese Terre di Chieti IGP 2019

Colle Corviano Sangiovese from Terre di Chieti, Italy, is a captivating expression of the beloved Sangiovese varietal, showcasing the terroir of the region with finesse and character. Its inviting ruby-red hue hints at the luscious flavors to come, offering a bouquet of ripe red berries, cherries, and a subtle whisper of spice. This wine dances on the palate with a perfect balance of fruitiness and earthiness, delivering delightful notes of cherry, raspberry, and hints of tobacco. Medium-bodied and elegantly structured, it boasts velvety tannins and a lingering, satisfying finish. Whether enjoyed on its own or paired with your favorite Italian dishes, this Sangiovese is sure to elevate any occasion with its charm and versatility.

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Details

 
Country Italy
 
Region Abruzzo
 
Appellation Terre di Chieti IGP
 
Vintage 2019
 
Grapes Sangiovese
 
Serving Temperature Best enjoyed at 16-18°C
 
Drinking Window Drink now
 
Alcohol 12.0%
 
Maturation Aged in barrel for a minimum of 3 months

What does this wine taste like

Light
Body
Bold
Smooth
Tannin
Tannic
Dry
Sweetness
Sweet
Soft
Acidity
Acidic
Red fruits
cherry
General aging
dried-fruit
Dried fruits
fig raisin
Oak aging
baking-spices

Food that goes well with this wine

Wine and Food Pairing
Poultry Meat Skewers Cold cuts Fresh cheese
SKU: AVWIT00115
Colle Corviano winery, nestled in the picturesque Abruzzo region, embodies the essence of Italian winemaking tradition with its dedication to crafting exceptional wines. Surrounded by the stunning landscape of rolling hills and vineyards, the estate cultivates indigenous grape varieties that thrive in the region's unique terroir. With a commitment to sustainability and innovation, Colle Corviano combines time-honored techniques with modern practices to produce a diverse portfolio of wines tha... Learn More

Region

Abruzzo, Italy

The Abruzzo region lies in the vicinity of Tuscany, in Central Italy, touching the Adriatic sea. Blessed with a warm and sunny climate, Abruzzo is the 5th most important Italian wine producing region in terms of number of liters of wine produced every year.

Sea breezes on the coast, and high altitude vineyards further inland, keep the grapes from over ripening, while still producing very friendly and approachable reds and whites. Most well known for the very popular red wine Montepu... Learn More

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