Pandolfa 'Federico' Sangiovese
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The name ‘Pandolfa’ is believed to be derived from Pandolfo Malatesta, the Lord of Fano, who headquartered here with his troops in 1436. In 1941, the property was taken over by Giuseppe Ricci. He renovated the villa and decided to restore the estate’s land back to farming. Pandolfa Federico’s offering seems as traditionally Italian as you can get. It’s made from Sangiovese supporting a good punch, while still remaining very elegant. It carries a mix of tart cherry, raspberry and black tea.