Ruffino

Chianti Sangiovese Blend

8.6929 ratings
8.314 pro ratings
Chianti, Tuscany, Italy
Sangiovese Blend
Top Notes For
Julia Crowley

Nice fruity nose of black cherries, violets, spice. Super easy drinking everyday Chianti with low acids and tannins - lots of fruit.

Nice fruity nose of black cherries, violets, spice. Super easy drinking everyday Chianti with low acids and tannins - lots of fruit.

3 people found it helpfulMar 17th, 2015
Brian Tuite

Drink me now. Enjoyable budget wine.

Drink me now. Enjoyable budget wine.

3 people found it helpfulMar 11th, 2015
Dale Russwurm

A little lite but went well with my pasta

A little lite but went well with my pasta

3 people found it helpfulNov 8th, 2014
Jackie Boss

A great dry red wine with a smooth finish. Would definitely have again

A great dry red wine with a smooth finish. Would definitely have again

3 people found it helpfulJul 6th, 2014
Blaise Barbeau

Bon vino Italien pour un beau samedi soir. Cheers a tous mes amis!

Bon vino Italien pour un beau samedi soir. Cheers a tous mes amis!

2 people found it helpfulNov 23rd, 2013
Matt Sterr

On a table next to spaghetti and red sauce. Light, mild and inoffensive.

On a table next to spaghetti and red sauce. Light, mild and inoffensive.

Jan 27th, 2015
Sean Trapani

Founder/Educator Wine Fluent, Consultant ABC Fine Wines & Spirits

8.5

Zippy, well balanced and showing red cherry on most and palate. Paired nicely with pesto Genoese.

Zippy, well balanced and showing red cherry on most and palate. Paired nicely with pesto Genoese.

Aug 11th, 2014
Matt Young

Don't remember this at all

Don't remember this at all

Feb 16th, 2014
James Wu

Short in mouth

Short in mouth

Jan 7th, 2019
David Clinton

A go-to, inexpensive Chianti. This is the house wine in countless restaurants in Tuscany. It’s lighter bodied, red fruits but not sweet, and low tannins. It’s great with anything Italian, grilled meats, grilled veggies, and soft cheeses.

A go-to, inexpensive Chianti. This is the house wine in countless restaurants in Tuscany. It’s lighter bodied, red fruits but not sweet, and low tannins. It’s great with anything Italian, grilled meats, grilled veggies, and soft cheeses.

Dec 19th, 2018