Seghesio 1999 Chianti Station Sangiovese (Alexander Valley)

This delicate wine has flavors of cherries, Chinese tea and tobacco. It is dry and acidic; the tannins assert themselves immediately, especially on the finish where they turn tough and sticky. It is not an opulent wine but it's a complex, layered one, dry and tart. Will probably be at its best with food such as roast duck with a cherry sauce, or Chinese barbecued pork.

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