The grape they call Brunello in Montalcino is actually Sangiovese, but this wine is not to be confused with the quintessential Sangiovese single varietals and blends of the Chianti region. Notes of floral join hints of baking spices on the nose to lead lush flavors of blackberry, plum and mocha to the palate. This full bodied wine showcases a lengthy finish with all the depth and complexity one would expect. Drink now or will age another decade or so. Enjoy this wine with richer meat entrees and will pair well with creamier pasta dishes.