A delicate version of one of the world’s oldest wines. This non-traditional Sangiovese belies its historic Chianti ancestors as an almost bold dry rose. The berry notes, with a touch of honey combe and spice, is a warm weather treasure, perfect for a special luncheon as well as holding up to after dinner sipping. Best served chilled, it is a unique compliment to Asian dishes such as beef and broccoli and moo goo gai pan. Of course it keeps to its Italian roots pairing well with a panini, bruschetta or even a happy hour of cheese and crackers.