Napolini (or on this label Napo's) is a red blend of Sangionvese supported by Sagrantino, Ciliegiolo, Merlot, and Montepulciano from the area of Montefalco in Umbria. This is a warmer region that's more removed from the oceans influence and located south of Tuscany. Aroma: The Napo Umbria Rosso has a vivid fresh ripe cherry and raspberry that gets me right off. There's a warmth to the smell that makes me think of hearty dinners and cozy restaurants with exposed brick. Now, as I work at it, I'm also smelling dried red fruits and flowers. Taste: My favorite part of the Napo's taste is this hint of wood smoke and roasted meat on the finish. There's a lot of rich red fruit up front, but then that turns into a rustic spicy mid palate that transitions to wood smoke and dry tannin. I really want pizza, or some braised meat. This is a hearty red wine that's great for people that like rustic classic Italian reds. Once the Napo has some time to open up it drinks way better than it's price.