2007 Tenuta San Francesco Tramonti Rosso (Previously $22.99)

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The Amalfi Coast is well known for its spectacular beauty. But not so much for its local wines. That should change, and it will, if this extremely quality conscious estate has anything to say about it! San Francesco’s vineyards extend over seven hectares situated along steep-sloped terraced lands, rising 300-500 meters above sea level and characterized by high density plantings of indigenous grape varietals. Of the seven hectares, four are planted with 100-year-old vines of tintore and piedirosso, along with additional plantings of aglianico. This spicy red is great with pasta and pizza, and can be chilled down and served with lustier seafood preparations like tuna or swordfish.

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Staff Image By: Illya Haase | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 11/14/2010 | Send Email
Yam versus wine, it's the ultimate throw down! It's the holidays, and what are the holidays without some yam dishes? Of course, the wine I have choosen is...Tramonti! This one is from a great producer called San Francesco. It gives a one-two punch to the yam. But no knock out here, just a beauitful dance of wine and food.

Staff Image By: Mike Parres | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 9/3/2010 | Send Email
From the Amalfi coast, we have this great red blend, 40% Aglianico, 40% Tintore & 20% Piedirosso. This wine shows complexity with all its layers. Rich in body and texture, the wine evolves deeper and deeper in stages with every sip. Three sips tell the story. The first sip is full of white pepper and spice. The second sip shows deep, rich, ripe, black plum and following with the third sip that glides through the palate with smooth mocha and cocoa leaving the partaker wanting to explore the wine more and more.

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