Made with 100% Tempranillo, Sangre de Toro comes from the La Mancha region in Spain, an area known for producing luscious, ripe, fruit forward wines, partially due to the hot, dry, arid climate. Sangre de Toro means “Bull’s Blood”, and was traditionally a name that payed homage to Baccus, the Roman god of wine.
The Frescobaldi name is famous for making top-notch Tuscan wines and has been associated with wine production for over 700 years. With multiple estates situated throughout the hills of Tuscany, the family strives to showcase the finest qualities of each region while respecting the history and style of the area. With Remole, we find a superb value from fruit grown at their Chianti estate in the northeast region of the zone, Chianti Rufina. Rufina is a relatively small zone, and Frescobaldi has the fin