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Colorino is an obscure Italian black-skinned grape variety from Tuscany. As the name suggests, its main use is as a blending ingredient to add color to wines. As well as being deeply pigmented, Colorino's small berries have elevated tannin levels, though aromatically the variety is somewhat muted.

Synonyms include: Abrostine, Colore, Raverusto.

Food matches for Colorino include:

  • Arrosto di vitello ripieno di spinaci (spinach-stuffed roasted veal)
  • Confit duck with roasted almond crisps
  • Pork rillettes
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Renzo Masi Basciano Chianti Rufina

R 255.00

Basciano Chianti Rufina is a textbook Chianti Rufina with juicy red cherry fruit, peppery and spicy with a hint of pencil lead and supple tannins. Brand: Renzo Masi Description: Dry...

Rocca Delle Macie Chianti Classico Gran Selezione Sergio Zingarelli

R 1,420.00

Top-of-the-range Chianti Classico Gran Selezione from “Le Terrazze Vineyard”, the best vineyard of Le Macìe estate in Castellina in Chianti. Deep ruby-red with spicy aromas of underbrush, toast, French oak...