From the famed village of Montalcino, here is what you could call a “Baby Brunello.” Still using sangiovese grapes, a Rosso di Montalcino doesn’t have the same amount of age as a Brunello. After six months in oak, and four months in bottle, this wine is released and is ready to go! Alluring with dark red and blue fruit, the Camigliano will open up in your glass—and stronger than anticipated tannins and ample body don’t distract from its juicy flavor. Definitely a food wine—it’s perfect for a pasta Bolognese or meat lasagna!
REGION: Montalcino, Tuscany, Italy