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Cannonau, Bovale, and Barbera from Sardinia, Italy; medium bodied and dry, earthy with notes of blackberry and stewed blueberry, with woodsy and ashy undertones, balanced acid, and an easy finish. Organic
Wine Club June 2023:
"I’m sure many of you have heard of Grenache or Garnacha. It’s a thin-skinned red grape native to France that kicks a ton of red strawberry fruit with earthy undertones. When it’s grown in Sardinia, however, it goes by the name Cannonau and has a black skin. Here it takes on more dark fruit and ashy characteristics, and this one by Meigamma is a superb example of how good Cannonou can be. It’s blended with a touch of Bovale and a splash of Barbera, and tastes like the blueberries that my grandmother used to put on top of her homemade cheesecake. There are woodsy undertones and dry tannins, but it maintains a medium weight that is easy-drinking and food-friendly. I ate this with venison burgers and it was on point, and it would go well with eggplant, lentil, and black rice dishes."
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