Named after the dark red cherry, the Locals in Scanzano use the word “Morellino” but it is actually Sangiovese. Under Italian law it is possible to blend 15% with other varietals. It wasn’t until the 1970’s that Morellino became famous in Maremma. mainly thanks to the success of Sassicaia..
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12 bottles ML750
Morellino fresh and welcoming, with soft, cherry/ berry fruit. Earthy with an, interesting nose with plum and black fruit aromas, green pepper hints the palate it’s rich, ripe black cherry and berry flavors that give it modeate tartness. Tannins are initially soft, then strengthen up in the long, balanced finish whith an acidid vinish laywred with cherry.