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[Italian Wine Blog - Wine90] Walking away from Bermondsey Street, home of the WSET (wine skool), I was pretty sure I'd blown my latest round of exams on the WSET trail. Questions about Montepulciano d'Abruzzo I'm pretty sure I aced, but the .
[The Winery] My Quest for Good Value in Italy Take 1: Montepulciano d'Abruzzo ...: This wine (as with many French and Italian wines) was a different and far better version on night 2 than on night 1. If you’re going to drink this, I’d recommend decanting it or better yet, trying it over the course of 2-3 days to see the change yourself.
[Woot Wine! - One Week, One Wine] 2007 Tor del Colle Montepulciano d'Abruzzo Riserva Italian Red 4 ...: Montepulciano d'Abruzzo is a type of wine grape as well as a type of red wine made from these same grapes in the Abruzzo region of east-central Italy. District Of Columbia;
[West Concord Liquors] Vino Nobile - West Concord Liquors: The wine we are enjoying is the 2008 Vecchia Cantina Vino Nobile and it hits on everything wonderful about a great value Italian wine. Right out of the bottle without any decanting, the wine has a delightful aroma of violets, cherries, plums and spice.
[Winedoctor] Tuscany Wine Guide: Vino Nobile di Montepulciano: Nevertheless, despite there being perhaps 350 hectares specifically earmarked for the production of Rosso di Montepulciano (which may also be made from fruit sourced from Vino Nobile vineyards, although the reverse is not true), the wine is less commonly encountered than might be imagined. In part this may be because, with a fairly flexible approach to blending under the Vino Nobile designation, perhaps there is just less call for the Rosso DOC.
[Manjada] See you at Vini Veri 2012 Wines by Nature!: from Verona Tomorrow I am going to Vini Veri 2102, my favorite wine fair, not only beacuse it deals. ViniVeri fair gives to visitors the chance to meet over than 120 of the most appreciated natural winegrowers coming from almost all territories of Italy and either from several territories of France (look up for many of the best biodynamic champagnes), Spain, Slovenia, Croatia, Austria .
[Greg Hoffman Marketing Gorilla Affiliate Management] Cellars Wine Club Tasting Notes for March: This wine should not be confused with Vino Nobile di Montepulciano, a Tuscan wine made from Sangiovese and other grapes, but not the Montepulciano variety. The quality of Montepulciano wines produced in Abruzzo (especially in the provinces of Pescara and Chieti) has been constantly improving in the last ten years, making Abruzzi, once a backwater in winemaking, one of the most interesting locales in the Italian scene.
[VinoServant] Delfina Wine List Review « VinoServant: Not being affected by the mitigating influence of the Adriatic Sea, the region is characterized by a cold, dry microclimate with high temperature ranges, ideal for the growing of Verdicchio di Matelica, which has been grown in this district since ancient times and here ripens late from the second half of October.
[Cheapskates Wine Guide] Citra Montepulciano D' Abruzzo | Cheapskates Wine Guide: It turns out that clear across “the boot”, on the Adriatic side, and farther south is the region known as Abruzzo that produces wine from a grape variety known as Montepulciano. So it’s a place and a grape.
[Wine Tips and More!] Consider the Wines of Abruzzo For Your Next Wine-Tasting Party ...: The small estate of Lorenzo Scarpone is located in Abruzzo in the Colline Teramane zone named after the nearby mountain town of Teramo and thought to produce the finest wine in the Abruzzo region from the native Montepulciano grape. It is the first and only zone in the Aburzzo to be given the Italian government’s highest quality ranking of DOCG (Denominazione di Origine Controllata E Garantita).
[Wine Wisdom - Winespeak Made Easy] Masciarelli Montepulciano d'Abruzzo 2009 | Wine Wisdom ...: Walking away from Bermondsey Street, home of the WSET (wine skool), I was pretty sure I'd blown my latest round of exams on the WSET trail. Hold the cork steady, resisting its tendency to fly out and ease it slowly out of the bottle.
[Sauce Magazine Blog] Sauce Magazine Blog » Blog Archive » By the Book: Marc Vetri and ...: So you can imagine my delight when I eventually waved goodbye to my days as a law-abiding Jew (thanks, Sauce) and discovered the pasta dish of my traif-filled dreams: Bucatini allAmatricana. Similar to thick spaghetti, bucatini are thick, almost rope-like, hollow noodles that soak up sauce beautifully and offer a wonderful bite when prepared correctly.
[Vineyard Island Inn] Citra Pinot Grigio 5ltr: 2009 Wine, and La Terre Cellars Chardonnay 1. Pinot Grigio: A fresh, dry white with gentle floral and citrus aromas.