Vino Nobile di Montepulciano, Sanguineto I e II 2011, Tuscany

Country: Italy

Colour / Style: Red

Featured in: Episode 1

As chosen by: Matthew Goode

Dora Forsoni’s captivating personality shines through her wine. It’s named after the soil that was stained by blood after an ancient battle. Today she does everything to let the character of that soil shine through the summer fruit and cool, fresh lift in this traditional, elegant wine.

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