Il Paradiso di Manfredi Rosso di Montalcino 2015

Founded in 1958 by Manfredi Martini, after an epic run working at Tuscan legend Biondi-Santi, Il Paradiso replaced a sea of olive trees with bustling young vines, giving way to some of Tuscany’s most iconic Sangiovese. Three hectares sit on the Montalcino’s rolling hillsides, producing 7K-11K bottles per year. Their lip-smacking Brunello oozes with flavors of sour cherry and sappy red fruit, noted with undertones of currant and spice. Juicy, complex, and delicious with pizza & pasta.
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Italy’s most-planted red and one of its noblest: a Tuscan icon (Chianti Classico; Brunello) that wanders through many regions. Crisp cherry-scented with a woodsy savor; Italy’s answer to Pinot Noir.
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Tuscany, Italy

Most recognized, most visited, and arguably most important Italian wine region, celebrated for its Sangiovese reds (Chianti; Brunello), peppery olive oils, and thick steaks (best consumed together).