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  1. Castello Di Monsanto Sangioveto Grosso Toscana 2010

    96/100 Campbell Mattinson, Wine Front: "This is a smashing wine. Bees knees kind of stuff. ‘Nobody told me there’d be sangiovese like this’. The spread of tannin. The leather-wrapped cherries. The fennel. The spice. The charm. The presence. Acidity as a dance. The asking price is high, but it’s worth it. Little more need be said."

    $130.00 per bottle

    $1,482.00 per case of 12 bottles ($123.50 per bottle )

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  2. Rossi & Riccardo Sangiovese 2016

    Bright red fruits, graphite & black pepper lead the way on the nose. Bright palate, sour earth notes, sour cherry crunch with savoury tannin.

    $24.99 per bottle

    $284.89 per case of 12 bottles ($23.74 per bottle )

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  3. Fighting Gully Road Sangiovese 2017

    Think Chianti, think medium-to-full-bodied and think balanced and savoury and this is what you see in this wine. Excellent Sangiovese.

    $26.99 per bottle

    $307.69 per case of 12 bottles ($25.64 per bottle )

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  4. Ravensworth Estate Sangiovese 2017

     

    $37.99 per bottle

    $433.09 per case of 12 bottles ($36.09 per bottle )

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  5. De La Staffa Il Rosso Della Staffa 2016

    A blend of  Sangiovese, Canaiolo, Sagrantino. Aromas of spice, earth, and black currant, echoed on the palate along with pencil shavings, dried flowers/herbs and fine yet firm tannins.

    $32.99 per bottle

    $376.09 per case of 12 bottles ($31.34 per bottle )

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  6. Catina Tollo Rocca Ventosa Sangiovese 2017

    Cantina Tollo is located in the Italian village of Tollo in the region of Abruzzo. The origins of the business, which sprang from need, are firmly rooted in local history. The wine growers may have had neither name nor lineage but produced a wine that merited a position alongside more aristocratic vintages. The ancient tradition of winemaking in this part of the country is inseparably linked with the plight of the southern peasant farmers who were poor and owned just enough land to provide for the immediate family. The requirement to earn enough to live led to a solution in grapes and wine. One could say that their wine was truly life giving.

    $11.99 per bottle

    $136.69 per case of 12 bottles ($11.39 per bottle )

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  7. Coulter Wines C4 Tempranillo 2018

    Chris sources fruit from the trophy winning Ricca Terra vineyard in Loxton, Riverland. Dark fruits are packed in tight, a forest fruit melody lifted up by clove spice, herbal tones of sage with dustings of spice. Fleshy on the palate with powdery tannins and berry-like acidity carry the fruit to the end and leave it to linger on.  

    $22.99 per bottle

    $262.09 per case of 12 bottles ($21.84 per bottle )

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  8. Coulter Wines C2 Sangiovese 2018

    Bright and lifted Sangiovese with notes of lavender, dried cherries, blackberries and sage. A real focus on fruit purity is at play, the palate’s chalky tannins and bombs of crunchy red fruit make it the perfect drop to chill down this summer. Gaby, Wine Culture

    $29.99 per bottle

    $341.89 per case of 12 bottles ($28.49 per bottle )

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  9. Coulter Wines C5 Barbera 2018

    Babera’s typical bright fruit aromas of cherry and raspberry are on display here backed up by a mouth-watering savouriness, dried meat and spice. It’s light on its feet, pretty as can be. A pronounced flavour intensity on the palate gives it some guts, powdery tannins and crunchy acidity create a structured, fun-drinking wine.

    $29.99 per bottle

    $341.89 per case of 12 bottles ($28.49 per bottle )

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  10. Ravensworth Estate Sangiovese 2016

    "From the home farm of Bryan Martin. Spends eight weeks on skins, then 22 months in large format oak. If you could peg Bryan Martin down for his metier, it’s pretty easy to suggest that the halo varieties of Canberra District of riesling and shiraz are in the crosshairs, but the wild card would be sangiovese, I feel. Few in the country hold a candle to his comfort and class with the variety. Great colour, was the first comment out of my mouth. Pale garnet with bronze edge. Lovely. Very savoury perfume hit with cherry juice and pomegranate. Shows clove and white pepper. Palate has this transparent wash of sour cherry fruit and a sheath of very fine, firm, chewy tannins. Ethereal but tightly wound. Very lovely feel here, a very good wine indeed. 94+ Points"Tasted May 2018Mike Bennie - The Wine Front

    $36.99 per bottle

    $421.69 per case of 12 bottles ($35.14 per bottle )

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