This starts off with bright cherry fruit and good acidity, the hallmarks of this variety. After a bit of time in the glass it develops some earthiness, which actually slightly reminded me of an Aussie Pinot Noir. It's not all bad though (just joking), and it retains a vibrancy of fruit that identifies it as definitely New World. There is just a bit of harshness to it though, a lack of elegance that shouldn't be there for a £10 wine.
Windy Peak Sangiovese 2006
King Valley, Victoria, Australia