This Italian red wine named after the area in Tuscany is made using Sangiovese grapes. Discover the common characteristics of this famed wine.
An area in Italy's Tuscany region and name of one of Italy's most famous red wines. The main grape in Chianti is the Sangiovese, and flavours can include cherries, raspberries, plums and spice.
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