This is a really affordable, reliable and widely available red from Allegrini. It’s a blend of Corvina and Rondinella grapes – don’t ask me for any French analogs, I have no idea. And there’s a bit of Sangiovese chucked in. This makes for a complex, multidimensional wine. Blackberry and cherry notes but it’s still dry and not too sweet. They blend the wine with dried grapes just like an Amarone. This gives it a heft and a deep red color. Luckily, it does not have the road tar consistency of an Amarone. At under $20 it’s a great value for this level of quality.
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