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Bacio Divino Pazzo

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Winery Bacio Divino
Grape Sangiovese
Year 2009
Country United States
Appellation Napa Valley

$30.00 $25.50 per bottle

Member Price: $22.95
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Rising star winemaker Kirk Venge lends an assist with this Sangiovese-based blend, which helps explain why it’s so delicious.
What You Need To Know
You have to be a little bit crazy (or at least nonconformist) to champion a variety like Sangiovese in Napa Valley, where Cabernet is king. The signature grape of Italy’s Chianti region, Sangiovese makes bright, cherry-driven reds with lots of juicy acidity. It’s a favorite of winery owners Claus and Diane Janzen, who add a dollop of it to their celebrated, Cabernet-based signature red, Bacio Divino. With Pazzo (which means “crazy” in Italian) bottlings, the Janzens and consulting winemaker Kirk Venge turn the tables, adding a dash of Cabernet—along with Syrah and Petite Sirah—to Sangiovese. They crafted this vintage in a ripe, jammy style, with intense fruit and a hint of spice.
Smell It
Smell It
Scents of vanilla and ripe blackberry.
Taste It
Taste It
Loaded with jammy plum flavors, with spice and leather notes.
Serve It
Serve It
Cellar temperature—the bottle should be cool to the touch.
Pair It
Pair It
Earthy or herby game, lamb and beef dishes.