Versatile, generous, and full of character: it is no surprise if the Sangiovese is Italy’s most widespread grape variety. By itself, although it has countless varieties by now, it accounts for 11% of Italy’s wine-growing surface area. This means that the varieties of wines that can be produced with this grape are truly boundless. From the Chianti to the Nobile di Montepulciano, from the Montefalco to the perfection of the Brunello di Montalcino, this collection includes the best of this King of Italian grapes. Take it as a celebration of the tannin.