Sangiovese is a tough grape to get right outside of Italy and we'll admit that last year's version of this cuvée was still finding its bearings. However, we can't be more pleased with the 2019s, which have decidedly more depth, crunch and the rusticity we long from the variety. This is still a semi-carbo juicy gem (it is Borachio after all) but we'd be happy enjoying this with some carbonara and fava beans, you know?
Mark Warner and Alicia Basa are the type of people with whom you could never say no to a beer. Their laughter and charm is immediately infective; their authenticity is unquestionable. After making their start working with James Erskine of Jauma, the couple crafted their own project, sourcing organic grapes from Mount Compass and Mount Torrens to make light, lithe wines with a cheeky soul. Zero additives, no funny business (except when drinking.)