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The Antinori – Tenuta Tignanello 1990 is a distinguished wine that hails from the renowned Antinori estate in Tuscany, Italy. This vintage showcases the exceptional quality and craftsmanship synonymous with the Antinori name. The wine is a blend of Sangiovese, Cabernet Sauvignon, and Cabernet Franc grapes, resulting in a complex and well-balanced flavor profile. With its deep ruby color and aromas of ripe dark fruits, tobacco, and spices, this wine offers a sensory experience that is both elegant and inviting. On the palate, it delivers rich flavors of black cherry, plum, leather, and hints of vanilla, all supported by fine tannins and a long-lasting finish.

The Antinori – Tenuta Tignanello 1990 is a true testament to the artistry of winemaking at its finest. This vintage has aged gracefully over the years, developing layers of complexity while maintaining its freshness and vitality. It is an excellent choice for those seeking a sophisticated wine with depth and character. Whether enjoyed on its own or paired with hearty dishes such as roasted lamb or aged cheeses, this wine is sure to impress even the most discerning connoisseurs with its timeless elegance and impeccable quality.

Antinori - Tenuta Tignanello 1990 is with a Natural cork closure produced in San Casciano in Val di Pesa, Tuscany, Italy by Antinori - Tenuta Tignanello.

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Wine Vybe Icon Producer Antinori - Tenuta Tignanello
Wine Vybe Icon Country Italy
Wine Vybe Icon Region San Casciano in Val di Pesa, Tuscany
Wine Vybe Icon Alcohol bv 13.5%
Wine Vybe Icon Closure Natural cork
Wine Vybe Icon MPN # WVB-110283
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Sangiovese Wines

Sangiovese is a red grape variety primarily grown in Italy, particularly in the Tuscany region, where it produces Chianti and Brunello di Montalcino wines. It produces medium to full-bodied wines with high acidity and flavors of red cherry, plum, and herbs, often with a touch of earthiness. The ABV for Sangiovese wines typically ranges from 12.5-14.5%. Its popularity is due to its ability to produce complex, age-worthy wines that reflect the unique terroir of Tuscany.

The varied soils and climates of Tuscany provide ideal conditions for Sangiovese, allowing the grape to develop its characteristic acidity and flavors. Sangiovese is often used to produce both youthful, vibrant wines and more structured, long-lived versions. Its ability to reflect the nuances of its growing region and its potential for producing some of Italy's most prestigious wines ensure Sangiovese's continued significance and popularity among wine enthusiasts.

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