Cesanese (aka Cesanese Comune) is a red Italian wine grape variety that is predominantly grown in the Lazio region of Italy. 

The grape has very old origins, and may have been used in Roman winemaking. 

Today it is rarely seen outside of Lazio and wines made from Cesanese grapes are described as light bodied and soft, often recommended to be enjoyed soon after release

San Marco De Notari Cesanese

Ruby-red colour with light vanilla aromas. Intense, elegant and dry.The San Marco estate is in the F..

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