Wine Maker Notes
Malolactic fermentation and then aged in Slavonian Oak barrels for about 11 months.
A big winner in the marketplace! No price competition for this style of wine from other Montepulcianos. Ideal for on premise wine lists and "by the glass", and a distinctive bottle that also looks great on the shelf. A clear example of the potential that can be achieved with the Montepulciano D’Abruzzo grape. Good with roast meats and chicken, pasta with meat sauce. Often drunk with the regional "Vincisgrassi" pasta.