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Due to low stock there is a limit of 1 bottle of each museum wine per order.
Sangiovese has its origins in Tuscany, Italy. It is the most widely planted grape in Italy and is a fairly vigorous variety with a spreading habit of growth. It is used in many wines of controlled appellation in Italy, sometimes alone, but quite often mixed with three or four other varieties. The most common of these is Chianti where 50-80% of the grapes used are Sangiovese.
The grapes for this wine were grown at our Heathcote vineyard located on the Mt Camel range, at Corop in Central Victoria.
This wine would work extremely well with a beef fillet roasted and topped with tapenade, char grilled artichokes, slow roasted tomatoes and rosemary jus. It would also be a delightful partner with spicy continental sausages or linguini tossed with prosciutto, garlic, capers and anchovies.
All our products are shipped from our Winery in Milawa, VIC.
Delivery ETA: 3 to 10 business days pending postcodes.
|Zone (defined by postcode)||Aramex||Australia Post|
|Albury/ VIC Country||$12.00||$15.00|
|Adelaide, Brisbane, Ipswich, Gold Coast, Sunshine Coast||$16.00||$16.00|
|QLD / SA Country||N/A||$20.00|
|Perth, Country WA||N/A||$20.00|
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