The Sangiovese vaunts its elegance, the perlage, you see, is fine and persistent. The nose is rich of crunchy bread crusts fruit, reminiscent of the sour freshness of Sangiovese. In the mouth it has this creamy texture, enveloping silky with a juicy sour note typical of Sangiovese”. Stefano Chioccioli, Enologist Consultant of Il Borro.
Bolle di Borro is ideal as an apertif. It is also excellent throughout the meal to enjoyed with refined and structured dishes, both fish and meat.