Argiano Non Confunditur Rosso Toscano Wine Label
2006 Argiano Non Confunditur Rosso Toscano

Tasted: 29 Jul 2008  /  Cost When Tasted: $23
Reviewed By: Mike Supple
Type: Dry Red Wine
Grape(s): Cabernet Sauvignon, Sangiovese, Merlot, Syrah
Region: Tuscany, Italy

Thoughts: Argiano grows grapes in a very expensive and high quality region of Italy. They produce some outstanding high-priced beauties, and some of those grapes found their way into this fantastic bottle for a fraction of the price. $23 may not be cheap, but for wine of this quality out of Italy - it is a downright steal. This is perfect for any time you need to impress an Italian wine buff, and if you're looking to dabble with $100 Italian wines, this one will get you there and save you 75 bones. 40% Cabernet Sauvignon, 20% Sangiovese, 20% Merlot and 20% Syrah.

Tastes/Smells: Roses, violets, red cherry, black cherry, flint, sweet leather, plum, dusty earth, roasted cocoa beans, dried anise, cinnamon
Body: Medium
Tannin: Medium - Fine
Acid: Medium
Sugar: None
Length: Medium

Food Suggestions: Pizza, pasta (tomato sauce), aged cheese, ribs
Drink Timeline: 2008 - 2012

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