Montepulciano

This is widely grown throughout central and Southern Italy. In fact, it is the second most commonly planted grape in the country but is most associated with the mountainous region of Abruzzo where it is made into Montepulciano d'Abruzzo. Montepulciano is rarely found in northern Italy because the grape has a tendency to ripen late and can be excessively "green" if harvested too early. When fully ripened, Montepulciano can produce deeply coloured wines, with moderate acidity and noticeable extract and alcohol levels. It is capable of producing very serious wines when yields are low and when grown in more mountainous terrain.

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  • Azzoni-Rosato

    Azzoni Rosato Lupetta 2020

    This Marche Rosato is a marriage of Montepucliano, Merlot and a dash of Lacryma is a brilliant fuscia colour. The nose is very expressive with macerated bing cherries, crushed strawberries, dried rosemary and a hint of violets. The palate is fruity, yet dry, and showcasing the same fruit as noted in the aromatics.

    $17.95
  • La-Quercia-Montepulciano-dAbruzzo

    La Quercia Montepulciano d’Abruzzo 2017

    La Querica (The Oak). This Montepulciano is a great example of what happens when you match low-yield winemaking expertise with a prolific growing zone, and constantly cut, cut, cut back the vines. Made by winemaker Antonio Lamona, the result is one of the best quality, most expressive and balanced Montepulcianos around. Full-bodied, smooth, and packed with notes of blackberry, wild cherry, chocolate and spice. This is a flavourful versatile wine that will pair with anything you put on the table .

    $21.95

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