Rancho Sisquoc

Flood Family Vineyards Tre Vini Sangiovese Blend

9.024 ratings
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Santa Barbara County, Central Coast, California, USA
Sangiovese Blend
Goose, Game, Exotic Spices, Baking Spices, Chili & Hot Spicy, Duck, Pasta, Herbs, Beans & Peas, Mushrooms, Onion, Veal, Hard Cheese, Pork, Tomato-Based, Pungent Cheese, Chicken, Turkey, Salami & Prosciutto, Soft Cheese, Venison
Top Notes For
Cory Fierro

Rancho Sisquoc Tre Vini 2012. A blend of mostly sangiovese, 31% petite verdot and 15% petite sirah. Not a very extravagant nose but there is some nice red fruit, red plum and game notes to it, along with a pleasant palate that finishes soft and quick with cranberries being the major note. The finish has an iron quality reminiscent of blood. And on that note, happy red wine day everyone!

Rancho Sisquoc Tre Vini 2012. A blend of mostly sangiovese, 31% petite verdot and 15% petite sirah. Not a very extravagant nose but there is some nice red fruit, red plum and game notes to it, along with a pleasant palate that finishes soft and quick with cranberries being the major note. The finish has an iron quality reminiscent of blood. And on that note, happy red wine day everyone!

Oct 16th, 2015
Erica Gamble

Good nose. Deep color. Fruit forward, good backbone with some acidity. Very nice.

Good nose. Deep color. Fruit forward, good backbone with some acidity. Very nice.

Jun 17th, 2019
Donna Fauerbach

Over delivers based on price, enjoying it with Italian food.

Over delivers based on price, enjoying it with Italian food.

Sep 21st, 2016
Richard Lorentz

Can never go wrong with these guys!

Can never go wrong with these guys!

Apr 7th, 2016
Jeneca Deutsch

Second time having this. Great,smooth,pure central coast goodness!

Second time having this. Great,smooth,pure central coast goodness!

Mar 19th, 2016
Frank Witulski

Not bad for an $18 bottle. Not very earthy or fruity but solid. Dark.

Not bad for an $18 bottle. Not very earthy or fruity but solid. Dark.

Dec 1st, 2015
Tom Balamaci

Drinkable food wine. Some tar on the nose and good acid makes it read Italian. Memorable? No. But a few bottles at a big dinner party--yes. Nicely made.

Drinkable food wine. Some tar on the nose and good acid makes it read Italian. Memorable? No. But a few bottles at a big dinner party--yes. Nicely made.

Nov 10th, 2015
Gary Phillips

Good but not great.

Good but not great.

Mar 19th, 2015
Colin Robertson

Testing how #Delectable works...#RanchoSisquoc

Testing how #Delectable works...#RanchoSisquoc

Aug 6th, 2013
Vito L.

Vito had this 3 years ago

Vito had this 3 years ago

Dec 27th, 2017