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  1. CANTINA ZACCAGNINI 2017 MONTEPULCIANO D'ABRUZZO

    Item #: i_303591
    Bottle Size: 750ml
    The Montepulciano grape in Abruzzo makes some of the easiest-drinking wines in the world. Each sip delivers a mouthful of ripe berries, leather and black pepper with subtle hints of oregano, dried herbs and a touch of vanilla; all leading to a dry and supple finish.

    Recommended food: Assertive, full-flavored "country style" cooking such as: Venison or rabbit stew; Ossobuco; Roast leg of lamb; Spaghetti puttanesca; Pasta with sausage, pepper and onions; Roast duck with green peppercorn sauce.
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  2. CIRELLI 2018 MONTEPULCIANO D'ABRUZZO ANFORA

    Item #: i_302962
    Bottle Size: 750ml
    ORGANICALLY GROWN GRAPES

    Francesco Cirelli is a low intervention winemaker, resulting in a simple and sincere expression of the land of Abruzzo. Fermented spontaneously and aged in clay vessels (amphorae), it has a delicate and light bouquet of small red fruits and wild herbs and a fresh, savory and very drinkable palate. Filtered but not fined, and low in total sulphites.
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  3. VALLE REALE 2013 VIGNETO DI POPOLI MONTEPULCIANO D'ABRUZZO

    Item #: i_302104
    Bottle Size: 750ml
    ORGANICALLY FARMED

    A gem of central Italy, This winery is truly a unique property for Abruzzo. Its vineyards are situated inside one of Italy’s most beautiful national parks. This is a wild paradise, with deep gorges carved by glaciers, crystal clear springs and a diverse array of flora and fauna. Completely organic wine by default of its location and with careful clone selection best for Valle Reale’s soil and climate, Leonardo Pizzolo has made a benchmark for the wines of Abruzzo.
    Rich and aromatic with a full body of dark berry fruit, spices and long supple tannins. Take this one home to enjoy with ribs or roasted lamb.
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  4. VIGNETI DEL SOLE 2018 MONTEPULCIANO D'ABRUZZO

    Item #: i_303753
    Bottle Size: 750ml

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