Sagrantino grapes are almost exclusively grown in Umbria. Although its origins are disputed, Sagrantino has been cultivated in Italy for centuries. Varietal Sagrantino wines usually have a very high tannin content and showcase distinct notes of morello cherry, blackberry, and spices. Due to its high tannins, Sagrantino ages very well in oak barrels.

Wines Made with the Sagrantino Grape

Sagrantino, as a blend or single varietal, can be found in these wines.