Pink Sangiovese wine is made from the varietal of the same name, which is considered the best in Italy. There are notes of cherry and violet in the drink, which can be clearly heard in the aroma. Also experienced wine connoisseurs note the hints of strawberry, plum and tobacco. Producers age the drink in an oak barrel, so you can notice the coffee and vanilla in the aroma and aftertaste. Winemakers prefer this variety for its moderate acidity, balanced flavor and tannins. Its rosé wines have a delicate pinkish hue. Its lightness makes it an aperitif wine to be served with ripe cheeses, desserts and fruit preserves.