2009 Montepulciano Red Wine
Trerose Vino Nobile di Montepulciano is ruby red in color. The bouquet is rich and complex, with plum and blackberry aromas, mineral and tobacco notes. The flavor is full-bodied, elegant, great balance and lingering finish.
Item No. 117214
Beautiful rich ruby red. It is firm and opens with hints of mediterranean spices though a pleasant, earthy, mineral tone can already be noted. There is also a hint of chocolate, promising great development. It is powerful to the mouth - a rush of sensations without losing quality and suggestions of blackcurrant and mulberry wait to combine with traces of ...
Item No. 125290
The aromas are well structured, but also pleasant and straightforward. This wine is fine, elegant and persistent with notes of red fruits, spices, aromatic woods and slight hints of tobacco. Therra's harmonious, well-balanced and persistent taste is warm and structured with sweet and smooth tannins. It closes with redfruits and balsamic notes. Although it is a wine that can be ...
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Item No. 124288
We give the Prugnolo Gentile grape our closest attention and care.This characteristic grape of Montepulciano expresses the full potential of a region with an acknowledged gift for viticulture. The result is our Vino Nobile di Montepulciano well structured, with longevity and perfumes that are intense but not exaggerated, faithfully expressive of deep, Tuscan roots and the ancient bond between ...
Item No. 129273
The wine shows ripe fruit on the nose along with notes of tobacco and spice. On the palate, the cherry and blackberry fruit is felt along with balanced tannins which give the wine suppleness and elegance. The finish is long and mineral in flavor, typical of the Sangiovese of Montepulciano.Blend: 90% Prugnolo Gentile, 10% Merlot
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Item No. 128524
Garnet, tending toward brick-red with age. Intense aroma of violets. Full-bodied, warm and dry, mellowing with age.The wine's "Nobile" appellation may well come from its "noble"grape components. Some historians, however, hypothesize thatthe name comes from the 17th century poet Francesco Redi,who described Vino Nobile di Montepulciano as "the king ofall wines."Cecchi Vino Nobile di ...
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