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Aulente Rosso Sangiovese San Patrignano 2017

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One Line Description Aulente Rosso Sangiovese San Patrignano, easy drinking soft and fruity Sangiovese from an incredible source, the world famous and inspiring San Patrignano estate.
Production Method Conventional
Country Italy Italian
Region Emilia-Romagna, Italy
Producer San Patrignano
Vintage 2017
Wine Type Red Wine
Wine Style Medium bodied
Grape Blend 100% Sangiovese
Alcohol 14% abv
Terroir Limestone rich clay
Maturation 6 months in steel and wood
Annual Production 50 - 100,000 bottles
Ageing Potential Delicious now, good for short ageing up to 3 years
Production Detail Low intervention wine from a rehabilitation centre designed to help people back into work


Aulente Rosso San Patrignano Sangiovese, easy drinking soft and fruity Sangiovese from an incredible source, the world famous and inspiring San Patrignano estate. Sangiovese has never been so approachable and juicy as in the hands of San Patrignano. The vibrant ruby red colour leads to a lovely nose redolent of flowers and soft red fruits like raspberry and cranberry. The smooth and fruity palate is youthful and fresh, medium bodied and perfectly balanced. Super wine and ideal for summer BBQs! The new more recent vintages are even better as San Patrignano move towards organic production and make changes that have resulted in more concentrated but elegant wines. Aulente is delicious and my default red for Pasta, grilled meat dishes and general all round easy drinking Sangiovese!

The history of San Patrignano winery began in the ‘70s when Vincenzo Muccioli decided to create a rehabilitation Community which helped people who needed it and provided them with work. Early on only simple wines were produced – Sangiovese and Trebbiano. The vines were well tended, grapes harvested manually and crushed by foot, there was 1 wine press and 5 wood barrels; that was it. Over the years, the vines spread to cover over 100 hectares.
Riccardo Cotarella took the helm and helped move the production into the 21st century. In these hills, Sangiovese takes on a new and unique identity which is smoother and mellower with sweeter tannins, all these features define the San Patrignano Sangiovese. Today they produce a wide range of grape varieties, including international varieties.

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