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Region: Montefalco (Sagrantino di Montefalco)

Notable Wineries: Paolo Bea

Red Wine
Sagrantino di Montefalco is an appellation in Umbria, central Italy. The native black grape, Sagrantino, grown around the town of Montefalco, is used to make these wines in dry (secco) and sweet styles. Required to be at least 95% Sagrantino, the wines must be aged for 30 months; the secco spending at least 12 of those months in oak barrels. The sweet wine is made in a passito style produced from dried grapes, and is regarded as one of central Italy’s fines dessert wines. The resulting wines are naturally high in alcohol and tannin and have recently been noted for having some of the highest levels of polyphenols (antioxidants) of any red wine.

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