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A ruby red wine with persistent aromas of plums, vanilla, and spices. It’s soft, by a deliberate choice, and also enjoyable after 10 years. A superb accompaniment to flavorful pasta dishes, truffle, roast ...
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Forest floor, ripe black fruit, truffle, leather and balsamic aromas open this bold, concentrated wine. The delicious palate offers layers of blackberry, spicy plum, black pepper, cassis and savory herb ...
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A ruby red wine with hints of purple, it has an intense clean aroma of blackberry and violet and a delicate fragrance. Warm, austere and harmonious. Serve with Pasta dishes, especially those with a rich ...
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Rich pomegranate in color, the wine shows complex, intense ripe fruit aromas. This full-bodied wine is the Umbrian answer to the Super Tuscans.
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Ruby-red,violet color. Medium bodied with fruity red berry flavors and a pleasant, lingering finish.
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Expect Cabernet Sauvignon to be firmer and more tannic than Merlot. Here, the climate is moderate but elevation is also important, so flavors lean to ripe black fruits and tell-tale herbaceous notes. Red ...
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A blend of equal parts Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, and Sangiovese grapes grown in the region of Umbria, Vitiano Rosso is vinified in stainless steel tanks and aged in French oak barrels for three months ...
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Enjoy this wine from Umbria Umbria produced by Famiglie and is a Italian Still Wine 2014 vintage that is 750ml.
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Enjoy this wine from Umbria Umbria produced by Famiglie and is a Italian Still Wine 2012 vintage that is 750ml.
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Enjoy this wine from Umbria Umbria produced by Famiglie and is a Italian Still Wine 2014 vintage that is 750ml.
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This silky and substantial red wine is made from 100% Sagrantino, a highly-esteemed grape indigenous to the Montefalco area of Umbria. Locals unanimously agree that the variety is at its finest in the hills ...
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Ruby and full-bodied (12-13% vol). If oxygenated half an hour before drinking (18-20 degree temp) it gives fragrances of cinnamon, cloves, blackberries. It benefits by a short stay in wooden casks aimed ...
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Enjoy this wine from Umbria Umbria produced by Falesco and is a Italian Still Wine 2013 vintage that is 750ml.
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This fine wine is a Italian Still Wine vintage from Umbria Umbria produced by Casaleo that is 750ml.
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A rich pomegranate in color, the wine shows complex, intense ripe fruit aromas. This full-bodied wine is the Umbrian answer to the Super Tuscan.
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