You would not mistake it for Italian Sangiovese, but it built towards European aesthetics. Savoury and restrained. At 5 years of age it’s developing but not yet mature. Thyme, pine, red fruits and some campfire smoke on the nose, the aromatics lead by herbs on the palate. Lovely grainy tannins add a welcome rustic feel to it, true to the variety. This is just honest and natural in the good sense. An interesting wine, recommended.