America’s oldest Sangiovese vineyard derives its name from a tiny railway station in Northern Sonoma’s Alexander Valley. This valley so much resembled their native land that the first Italian immigrants named the stops along the track for the wines they sensed would flourish here. Trusting their intuition, in 1910, the Seghesio Family planted a Sangiovese based field blend in their Chianti Station vineyard, according to the classic Tuscan tradition. Today, we know how wise they were.
Concentrated, luscious, and
beautifully balanced, the wine opens
with elegant notes of roses and
cherries. Spiced red fruit is balanced
by savory and earthy notes of dried
herbs, cedar and cocoa on the
Food Pairing Notes
Pair with red sauce
dishes, spicy cuisine, and salumi.