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    The grape Montepulciano can be grown in most of Italy, but the biggest region for it is Abruzzo. The region produces wine in two main styles—one soft and approachable, the other rich and more tannic. Learn More
  2. Vasari Montepulciano

    Vasari Montepulciano


    Careful selection of the best grapes in the vineyard and collection in boxes. Temperature-controlled fermentation in open French Oak barrels with post-fermentation maceration up to 28-30 days after the beginning of fermentation. Malolactic fermentation and ageing on lees for at least 60 days. Elevation in oak barrels for 16 months. Learn More
  3. 2012 Rosso Dei Politici Montepuliciano D'Abruzzo

    2012 Rosso Dei Politici Montepuliciano D'Abruzzo


    Rosso dei Politici is the ripe, soft, gulpable red wine of Abruzzi, made from 100% Montepulciano grown in vineyards around Loreto Aprutino, half-way between the Apennine mountains and the Adriatic sea. Fermented in steel and aged in huge old barrels, it’s a richer wine than expected, a delicious blast of black cherry fruit and meaty, earthy flavor that swings at parties and sings with pasta Bolognese. Learn More
  4. 2011 Cantina Zaccagnini Il Vino Dal Tralcetto Montepulciano d'Abruzzo

    2011 Cantina Zaccagnini Il Vino Dal Tralcetto Montepulciano d'Abruzzo


    intense ruby red colour with violet nuances; intense, characteristic bouquet of the primary grape aromas; fruity component, full-bodied and robust, well-balanced with tannin and oak features Learn More
  5. Capogiro Montepulciano D'Abruzzo

    Capogiro Montepulciano D'Abruzzo


    Le Chiantigiane is a partner with a growing number of small wineries and co-ops in Tuscany, Umbria, Abruzzo, Sicily and Sardinia. The consortium works with these small producers by providing the support of modern agronomy and technology to help them produce a consistent level of quality wine expected in a market that demands both quantity and value as well. The goal of Le Chiantigiane is to marry tradition with quality and preserve the culture of the small Italian winegrower. Le Chiantigiane enables their partnering producers to keep yields low and farm in traditional ways without having the financial demands and risk of the stand-alone producer. Learn More
  6. BARBA Vignafranca 2012

    BARBA Vignafranca 2012


    Inky purple, this opens with aromas of ripe, dark-skinned fruit, toast and tilled soil. The palate delivers dried black cherry, prune and a toasted note alongside soft acidity and mature, polished tannins. Learn More
  7. Montepulciano D'Abruzzo Borgo Reale

    Montepulciano D'Abruzzo Borgo Reale


    Borgo Reale Montepulciano D'Abruzzo is made from the Montepulciano grape from Abruzzo, a mountainous region east of Rome. This wine may have up to 15% Sangiovese added and is the first Kosher version available. This wine has a good aromatic nose with hints of ripe fruit and spice, and a generous palate with nicely blended tannins yielding powerful, sweet sensations, particularly fresh fruit. Generous, yet pure, on the palate with ripe, round tannins, excellent structure and delicate acidity. Learn More
  8. Spelt Multipulciano

    Spelt Multipulciano


    Intense red, with purple shadows. The aromas: wild rose, violet, crisp red currant, pomegranate and licorice. The taste appears velvety and sharp at the same time, with polished tannins that make a voluptuous and savory profile. Long persistence with great freshness and mineral finish. Learn More

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