Dogajolo Rosso Sangiovese Jeroboam

Tasting Note:

Full & soft on the palate with fruity aromas, hint of cherry interlaced with coffee, vanilla & spice.

 

Tuscany, Italy

Vegan/Vegetarian

Grapes:  70% Sangiovese, 30% Cabernet Sauvignon

Food Match:  Roast pork

 

Carpineto was founded in1967 by Antonio Zaccheoand Giovanni Sacchet and farms 424

hectares of land spread over four estates among Tuscany's most prestigious appellations. The

original aim of the producers - to produce modern, world-class red wine from the Chianti

Classico appellation (a radical departure when most Chianti was still produced in the traditional wine-making style) -has been admirably fulfilled. Pioneers of internationalism

of Tuscany, the Dogajolo is a great example of this ethos of action. Carpineto has been named

IWSC Italian Wine Producer Of The Year in 2003 and was the first ever Italian winery ever to win the IWSC International Winemaker Of The Year Trophy in 1994. Antonio Zaccheo is now aided by his son Antonio and daughter Francesca, who both previously worked in the wine trade in the USA. Giovanni Sacchet's daughter, Caterina,has recently joined the Carpineto winemaking team after finishing her viticulture and oenology degree.

Dogajolo Rosso Sangiovese Jeroboam

Red
£59.45
Dogajolo Rosso Sangiovese Jeroboam

Dogajolo Rosso Sangiovese Jeroboam

Red
£59.45
Stock level Only 2 left
£59.45

Tasting Note:

Full & soft on the palate with fruity aromas, hint of cherry interlaced with coffee, vanilla & spice.

 

Tuscany, Italy

Vegan/Vegetarian

Grapes:  70% Sangiovese, 30% Cabernet Sauvignon

Food Match:  Roast pork

 

Carpineto was founded in1967 by Antonio Zaccheoand Giovanni Sacchet and farms 424

hectares of land spread over four estates among Tuscany's most prestigious appellations. The

original aim of the producers - to produce modern, world-class red wine from the Chianti

Classico appellation (a radical departure when most Chianti was still produced in the traditional wine-making style) -has been admirably fulfilled. Pioneers of internationalism

of Tuscany, the Dogajolo is a great example of this ethos of action. Carpineto has been named

IWSC Italian Wine Producer Of The Year in 2003 and was the first ever Italian winery ever to win the IWSC International Winemaker Of The Year Trophy in 1994. Antonio Zaccheo is now aided by his son Antonio and daughter Francesca, who both previously worked in the wine trade in the USA. Giovanni Sacchet's daughter, Caterina,has recently joined the Carpineto winemaking team after finishing her viticulture and oenology degree.