Wine Puro Sangue, Toscana IGT, 2003
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Reviews of purchase Puro Sangue, Toscana IGT, 2003
The wine has a taste with hints of fruit, vanilla and violets. Strong tannins and a fresh finish.
The wine has a scent with notes of wild berries and dried cherry, complemented by hints of tobacco and leather.
Wine is perfect for meat dishes with mushrooms.
An excellent mono-cut wine "Puro Sangue" is made from Sangiovese grape variety. Sangiovese is the pride of Italy and is the heart not only of the Puro Sangue, but also of such famous Italian wines as Chianti, Brunello di Montalcino, and many other DOCG wines. Sangiovese fills the "Puro Sangue" wine with delicious fruit and berry fragrances, gives it a velvety texture, perfect balance and long-term storage potential for 10 years. Fermentation of grapes is carried out in 225-liter barrels or wooden tanks. Exposure is carried out in two stages: for 18 months in 350-liter oak barrels and at least 6 months in a bottle.
Situated 600 meters above sea level, the Livernano winery is an ideal combination of tradition and innovation. Abandoned after the Second World War, Livernano's lands returned to life only in 1990, when the owners of the company completely restored them. Today, under the guidance of the world-famous oenologist Stefano Ciociuli and agronomist Remigio Bordini, 9 great grape varieties create great Tuscan wines.