From the Montepulciano area of Italy, this wine is mostly Sangiovese with some Merlot blended in. The result is an easy drinking, fresh layered cherry and berry red with nice Italian style and medium body. Nice hints of earth and...
A great Italian table red. A blend of Montepulciano and Sangiovese. Bright dried cherry fruit along with some ripe plums and earth. Fresh, bright and easy drinking -- a great pizza wine!
92 POINTS, The Wine Enthusiast. "Fragrant woodland berry, blue flower and cake spice aromas mingle with a balsamic menthol note. The concentrated but almost weightless palate offers juicy raspberry, fleshy black cherry, espresso and star anise alongside polished supple tannins." ...
This is Riserva-level and what happens when Montepulciano steps it up a few notches. The combination of premium fruit, barrel aging and some extra time in the cellar result in a totally different animal compared to the normal table wine...
From the Vino Nobile District. Hints of iron, smoke, tobacco, black cherries and scorched earth. Firm tannins provide the backbone for this deeply expressive, layered Vino Nobile. A bolder form of Sangiovesse with a touch of Mammolo.