Tuscan reds are a vast variety of wine. They are mainly made of Sangiovese grapes found in Tuscany region. It has a variety of clones almost 14 of them.
For example, Brunello and Prugnello Chianti is another best known Tuscan wine producing area.
There are many other Tuscany wines like Chianti Classico, Vino Nobile di Montepulciano, Vin Santo, Super Tuscans and Vernaccia di San Gimignano.
But the Tuscan reds 2006 releases are few of the best. Here are few of them.
2006 Bivio Tuscan Red: a nice mellow wine with adequate flavors to keep you happy. It comes from much known vineyards in southern Tuscany. It is one of the latest lines and this one was presented at recent wine tasting and the whole line is worth checking out. It is little floral, and red in color. It’s a thin and a crisp type of wine. This wine has 65% Sangiovese, 20% Cabernet Sauvignon, and 15% Merlot.
Frescobaldi Morellino Di Scansano 2006: a great Tuscan wine that has a ruby red color.
Villa di Vetrice Chianti Rufina Riserva, 2006: it has lovely sweet fruit and offers great value for money.
Brunelli Rosso di Montalcino, 2006: it is a full-flavored junior Brunello with fresh and tempting fruit from great sited vineyard.
Villa Calcinaia, Chianti Classico, 2006: it is an increasingly attractive and full-bodied wine.
The Society’s Exhibition Tuscan Red, 2006: this is a delightful rosso di Montalcino that is successfully a junior Brunello and has excellent value.
Brolio, Chianti Classico, 2006: this medium bodied wine is full of flavor.
Banfi 2006 Centine Tuscany: it is a blend of 60% of Sangiovese, 20% of Cabernet Sauvignon and 20% of Merlot. It has a medium ruby color and aromas of earthy black cherry.
Villa Da Filicaja Chianti Superiore D.O.C.G. 2006: has a crystal color of a beautiful ruby red, slightly tending to garnet.
Diadema Red IGT 2006: has a ruby red color with intense violet tones and a slight garnet red. It’s a modern dry red wine from Tuscany.
Bolgheri Guido Alberto D.O.C 2006: it has a very intense purplish color. It is best served to be served at a temperature of 18°C.
Perlato del Bosco Rosso Toscana 2006: it has a dark ruby color with chewy tannins and a ripe fruit finish.