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|superior quality Abruzzo with roundness and strength|
|outperforms the often rustic, hard-tasting competitors|
|organic, small vineyard with healthy and ripe grapes|
|suitable outside the meal and beautifully with tasty dishes|
Powerful Italian red wine with the aroma of herbs, light oak and lots of ripe red fruit. The taste is soft and full. Delicious with fragrant meat and pasta dishes or with mild cheeses.
Collefrisio Vignaquadra Montepulciano
The East Italian wine region of Abruzzo is potentially a fantastic source of powerful, but also soft red wines. Yet the many cooperatives in this area often produce poorly refined and sometimes even raw wines.
Tenuta Giuliano shows that things can be done differently. With this small and artisanal azienda, Amadeo De Luca and Antonio Patricelli have quickly risen to the group of the best winemakers of this region.
Their eleven hectares of rich vineyards lie on the foothills of the Majella. This is the second highest massif of the Apennines, with the peak of Monte Amaro at 2,793 meters. Here the montepulciano grapes are picked late. Their fully organically cultivated vineyards here deliver a deeply colored, full-bodied and smooth red wine with a fine balance of taste.
In short, a striking example of a beautiful wine from a less 'chic' region. Partly due to the modest origin, the price-enjoyment ratio is really excellent.
Delicious wine with fragrant meat and pasta dishes or with mild cheeses.
Omfietswijngids 2018: Omfietswijn | 4 glasses | Without more grabbing from the shelf
Montepulciano, the grape of Abruzzo, can be pleasantly rustic, but I did not expect such old-fashioned luxury. Generous and rich tasting.
Omfietswijngids 2017: Omfietswijn | 4 glasses | Without more grabbing from the shelf
Such a generous and rich-tasting montepulciano that I wondered if the label was wrong. Montepulciano can be pleasantly rustic, but I did not expect such old-fashioned luxury. The whole thing is wrapped in sturdy wood, something that can often go wrong so that the wine smells like sawdust and vanilla, but here it is dosed just right, a solid oak between all that sturdy fruit.
Perswijn - March / April 2017: *** (*) Good
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