- 2. An Italian wine region where Sangiovese is the primary red variety (6,7)
- 5. The 'top tier' of Chianti, introduced in 2014 (4,9)
- 10. Wines from here feature the famous 'gallo nero' or black rooster (7,8)
- 11. A founding member of the Bolgheri DOC, he produces a 100% Sangiovese wine named Cavaliere (7,5)39+
- 15. The estate widely credited with creating the first Brunello di Montalcino in the 1860s (6,5)
- 16. Sangiovese is the most widely-planted vine on this French island, birthplace of Napoleon Bonaparte
- 17. Avignonesi has produced 'one of the most exclusive (and expensive) liquids in Italian wine' according to Richard Baudains. What is this holy wine? (3,5)
- 18. A region in Australia making a name for its Sangioveses from producers including Zerella and Coriole (7,4)
- 1. An unsatisfactory attempt to grow Sangiovese at Napa Valley's Antica estate led to the vines being grubbed up. Which famous Tuscan family owns Antica?
- 3. The Sangiovese grape is known for its high level of...
- 4. Made from a specific clone of Sangiovese, this hilltop wine is one of Italy's finest reds (8,2,10)
- 6. A typical flavour descriptor of Sangiovese (fruit)
- 7. A small Tuscan DOCG to the west of Florence. Its wines must be a majority of Sangiovese
- 8. One of the first supertuscans, made from a majority of Sangiovese
- 9. Sangiovese derives from the Latin for 'blood of...', meaning 'blood of Jupiter'.
- 12. The country with the most hectares of Sangiovese vines after Italy
- 13. The name of the IGT many great Tuscan Sangioveses are bottled under
- 14. tuscan-based family wine group which owns estates including Luce, CastelGiocondo and Nipozzano
- 15. This artist-cum-winemaker is renowned for his Tuscan Sangioveses, including Colore and Testamatta (4,6)