Don't get bored Epicurios, why should we stick to beer only? Have you ever tried Lambrusco? It's like beer, bubbly with 7% alcohol... ok let's be honest it's sweeter and red, but what are you waiting for? Of course, if you want to stick to german style, well we have plenty of german wines available!
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Prized for their high acidity, firm tannins and balanced nature, Sangiovese grapes are typically used in the classic Italian Red Wine from the Chianti (kee-Ahn-tee) region. As a result of the Sangiovese grapes, the wine often showcases a glorious ruby red with flashes of bright burnt orange in the glass, commonly associated with aged wines. For a Chianti to be a Chianti, it must be produced in the Chianti region and be made from at least 80% Sangiovese grapes. While most Chiantis are 100% Sangiovese, some winemakers in the region like to blend the Sangiovese with a little Cabernet, Merlot or Syrah to soften the finished wine.