8 Food-Friendly Tuscan Reds for $20 or Less

Sangiovese works in mysterious ways—check out these new reviews of this versatile Italian grape

8 Food-Friendly Tuscan Reds for $20 or Less
La Massa winery declassifies its Chianti Classico to Toscana to allow more creative freedom in the winemaking. (Sandro Michahelles)
Jun 13, 2019

Nebbiolo reigns in Piedmont, but in Tuscany, it's all about Sangiovese. You can tell it's cherry season from the fruit profiles of today's selections from Italy, which are bolstered by vibrant acidity and firm tannins. Plus, they all cost $20 or less.

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