The origin of the Sangiovese grapes is Italy, where this is the most widespread red grape variety. Chianti wines, produced in the Chianti region of Tuscany (northwest Italy), must consist of at least 80% Sangiovese grapes. Although Sangiovese grapes can adapt to a variety of soils, they are most successful in limestone soils. Here they gain a richer aroma and a fully developed, intense color.
Formerly Silver Sangiovese
Manufacturer / Producer: Winery Teperberg1870, Tzora, Israel
Growing area / region: Judea / Judean — Ayalon Valley (Yehuda)
Expansion / Sweetness: red, dry, kosher, mewuschal /red, dry, kosher, mevushal
Alcohol content: 12.5% vol. contains sulfites
Rogov score 87