I very much enjoyed this yesterday. A Castello di Potentino ‘Sacromonte’ Sangiovese 2013 ( IGT Toscano ). Thanks to @Brocklehurstj for the recent notes too, reading them forced my hand to try it ( not that I need much encouragement )…
…quite a pale colour. Red fruits, cherry and raspberry mostly, spice and a hint of tobacco on the nose. Similar flavours on tasting. What surprises is the relatively light body for a wine that weighs in at 14.5% ABV. There was nothing heavy or soupy about it that’s for sure. Mellow and harmonious, soft faded tannins, a smooth supple texture and a great deal of personality for a wine that cost just £10.95.
And very different to other, more well known, sources of Tuscan sangiovese too.
Edit - I know the lentils look like sludge but that were actually really good !