DRIED CHERRY, CINNAMON, PROSCUITTO, OLD SCHOOL Vino Nobile was the very first DOCG certified appellation in all of Italy. Confusing to many folks, it is not made from Montepulciano grapes, but instead is from the village of Montepulciano. Sangiovese is the star in most Tuscan wines, the only difference here is they call it, Prunolo Gentile. Strictly traditional hand harvesting, cask aging in giant chestnut wooden tanks, Vino Nobile still holds a royal mystique among wine drinkers. Serving Suggestion: Prime aged beef, grilled with black pepper and drizzled with olive oil; grilled ciabatta bread rubbed with garlic and topped with prosciutto and olive oil.