Duca di Saragnano ‘SirPasso’ Sangiovese
Tastes Like: Black Cherry, Currant, Dried Red Fruits
What do you get when you cross Chianti with Amarone? SirPasso! This Sangiovese-dominant Super Tuscan was produced using the same appassimento process used to make Amarone, where the winemaker partially dries the grapes to create a smooth, velvety wine. Offering gorgeous flavors of stewed black cherries and currant, this incredible value has earned an almost impossible 98 Points from the Annuario dei Migliori Vini Italiani for two vintages in a row!