The 2008 vintage of Tancredi confirms the quality and elegance acknowledged by its admirers in the Italian panorama of great red wines. Cabernet Sauvignon still brings great elegance and longevity, thanks to firm and velvety tannins. Nero d'Avola maintains its importance and stands out with fruity (cherry and sour cherry) and spicy notes. Tannat enhances the fruity component while adding a great polyphenolic structure rich in tannins: a variety ideal for long-aging wines.
Its broad and enveloping structure pairs to grilled or roasted strong red meats, imposing roasts and lamb. Try it with porcini mushrooms and aged cheeses too.