Sangiovese Canaiolo Nero and Mammolo
Dense, spicy and warming
When it comes to Italy as a winemaking region, it may as well be a whole wine world in itself. They have over 350 grape varieties alone, some you’ve heard of and some with names for other grapes. For example, in Sardegna they call Grenache, Cannonau. Innocenti use some of these odd-ball grapes. Along with Sangiovese; Canaiolo Nero and Mammolo make up this dense, spicy and warming Tuscan red. Cantine Vittorio Innocenti is based between in Montepulciano and Montefollonico, with their 13th century cellars based in Montefollonico. This Nobile would definitely benefit from decanting, or get yourself and big glass and practice your swirling technique!