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Ca Donini Montepulciano d'Abruzzo 2009
External Reviews for Ca Donini Montepulciano d'Abruzzo
This medium-bodied Italian is garnet red in color, with hints of red berries and smoky vanilla on the nose. Raspberry jam notes are balanced by a subtle earthiness and forward acidity.
What a terrific all-purpose dinner wine! Light- to medium-bodied, with bright cherry and red raspberry fruit notes. Refreshing acidity and not a whole lot of tannin; great for everyday drinking. Excellent value!
Light-bodied cherry and plum flavors and a dash of spice on the finish. With strong balance of fruit and acidity, Camporsquo;s little red makes a solid, everyday table wine.
A ruby red colored wine with violet reflections featuring an abundant scent of ripe cherries. This winersquo;s flavor is soft, dry, meaty and persistent. Best accompanied by red meat and game dishes as well as pizza, pastas and cheeses.
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 and semi-hard cheeses.
Light-bodied cherry and plum flavors and a dash of spice on the finish. With strong balance of fruit and acidity, Campo's little red makes a solid, everyday table wine.
Not your typical Montepulciano. The Viva Bene has lots of sweet cherry on the nose and on the palate. It is fuller and juicier than the standard Montepulciano from Abruzzo almost like it is from California. A very enjoyable wine to have on its own or with your standard Italian dish.
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