Montaia Sangiovese IGP Rubicone

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Montaia Sangiovese IGP Rubicone

£11.10 Single Bottle
£9.99 Any 6 Mix
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Red cherries and freshly picked strawberries leap out of the glass with this refined and elegant Sangiovese. It’s tangy with a subtle edge of tannin, a versatile wine which can be enjoyed on its own or with roast poultry or lighter pasta dishes. It could be chilled to bring out its succulent fruitiness, especially in hot weather.

The Wickhams' Garden of Italy range comes from the Montaia vineyard in the Cesena foothills of Emilia-Romagna, just a few miles inland from the Adriatic. With a constant sea breeze, the microclimate is ideal for winegrowing.

Each bottle has a label created by Tonino Guerra.Tonino Guerra was a great appreciator of Montaia wines, and we’re proud to have some of his works on the labels of this selection.

Guerra’s reputation as poet, director, scriptwriter, painter, writer and thinker is intimately connected with the traditions of his native Romagna. Tonino Guerra’s Romagna is a Romagna where it’s quality, never quantity, that counts: where the frontiers between tradition, poetry and art are erased. These same values are embodied in Montaia wines.

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Bottle Size: 75cl
ABV: 12.5%
BIN: BTL-0143
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Style: Red

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Emilia-Romagna, Italy

Emilia-Romagna is a region in northern Italy known for producing some of the country's finest wines. The region boasts a variety of grape varieties, including Sangiovese, Barbera, and Lambrusco.

The region's wine culture is deeply rooted in its cuisine, and its wines are often paired with local dishes such as pasta, cured meats, and Parmigiano-Reggiano cheese.


Montaia Winery

Società Agricola Montaia lies in the hills just outside Cesena, a few miles inland from the Adriatic. The constant sea breeze provides the ideal microclimate for winegrowing. Every stage in production, from fermenting to bottling, from stabilization to microfiltration, is directly managed by Montaia’s own staff in controlled-temperature conditions. Production is constantly monitored by a qualified oenologist assisted by an experienced cellarman.