"As long as they pour water on Via Emilia - the street that leads from Milan to Rimini - you are in Emilia, but as soon as they give you wine, you are in Romagna (Antonio Baldini)." And not Some wine, but Sangiovese, the Red Queen among the Italian grape varieties, about the origin of which is to be argued between Tuscans and Romagnolers to this day.
Even if this conflict should not be clarified until further notice, it is at least certain that Sangiovese has been cultivated in Romagna for centuries and is also known in the dialect under the name of Sanzvais.
The Tenuta Saiano tribute this fact with its formidable red entry -level wine. After three weeks of shell contact for eight months, it is a table wine in the very best sense. It is inviting and digestible, offers red fruit and flower notes, has enough tannin to adequately accompany even weighty food and a body that is light-footed and profound at the same time.