External Reviews for Bosco Dei Cirmioli Montepulciano d'Abruzzo
Cherry flavors and spice with a middle palate of fresh strawberries and a finish that is smooth and agreeable. Nice match with pasta dishes burgers eggplant parmesan veal piccata Chicken Française and semi-hard cheeses.
COLOR: Brilliant, attractive and warm ruby-red color.BOUQUET: Ample and remarkably complex, with vinous and characteristic tones.FLAVOR: Dry on the palate and gracious, with delicate and soft veining and a fine and harmonious balance. - Winery
This dry red wine is very smooth with mild tannins and a lingering finish of concentrated berries. Excellent with pasta.
Beautifully aromatic the Dama rosé is perfumed with fresh strawberries and violets. Richly flavored and more intense than many rosés yet still fresh and lively. Excellent for baked chicken dishes cheese trays or grilled salmon.
Montepulciano D'Abruzzo 2007 - 86 Points, Wine Review Online/ You read the price correctly - a single digit small enough to allow a magnum (1.5L) to still be priced under $10. Most wines at this price are hard to recommend. Not this one. Abruzzo, the region recently devastated by earthquakes, is dominated by wine cooperatives making wines of highly variable quality, so you need to pick and choose wisely. You can safely choose this one. Simple, juicy fruit flavors, a touch of gamey elements are balanced by just the right amount of acidity. With surprising intensity and mild tannins, it's an excellent everyday wine.
Food Pairings for Bosco Dei Cirmioli Montepulciano d'Abruzzo
Dietary Information: Kosher
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