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Folonari Montepulciano d'Abruzzo 2011

External Review by WineChateau.com:

Deep ruby red color. Intense, full and fragrant nose recalling prunes and violets. Full, warm, soft but solid with flavor, lingering dried fruit and hazelnut background.

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Folonari:
The Folonari family had a vision. From the very beginning, the founders wanted to create wines accessible to everyday tables. They pioneered the production and distribution of wine in bottles, which made it easier for people to enjoy consistently high-quality wine whenever the mood struck. A bottle from the Folonari winery made on one day was certain to be just as excellent as a bottle produced... Read more
The Folonari family had a vision. From the very beginning, the founders wanted to create wines accessible to everyday tables. They pioneered the production and distribution of wine in bottles, which made it easier for people to enjoy consistently high-quality wine whenever the mood struck. A bottle from the Folonari winery made on one day was certain to be just as excellent as a bottle produced the next, or in a few weeks, or in a few months. This philosophy of bringing exceptional wines to everyday occasions continues to guide Folonari today. Read less

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Snooth User: ladurf
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12/07/2010

Five glasses


External Reviews for Folonari Montepulciano d'Abruzzo

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Source: WineChateau.com
05/21/2010

Deep ruby red color. Intense, full and fragrant nose recalling prunes and violets. Full, warm, soft but solid with flavor, lingering dried fruit and hazelnut background.



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This deep, ruby-colored wine from Alpine Italy has an intense nose with plum and cherries jam aromas and hints of violets. Its flavor reveals dried fruits and toasted hazelnut with plenty of pleasant acidity, making it a successful dry, full-bodied wine.


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