Winery: La Guardiense
Tasting Notes: Lots of fruit on the tongue, a round, full-to dry finish with some chalk, which makes it a very cool wine and perfect for Fall.
Thoughts: Anglianico is a red varietal that is a little more acidic that some of the other reds you may be familiar with, which means that even though it’s medium-bodied, it will stand up to a steak with no problem. This region is one of the unsung areas of Italy, so if you can find a bottle and want to try something new, grab one.
Pairings: Ribs, chicken, pork chops. This is a versatile wine.