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Lillà Montepulciano d'Abruzzo 2007

Member Review by Slipstream:

Nostril-tingling aroma with some nice leafy notes. A mellow but still full-bodied red. Walks the lines nicely, is neither sour nor sweet. Mostly dry with a bit of tea and oak, a little tannin. I liked it, and very nice at the price.

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Snooth User: Slipstream
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3.50 5
12/11/2009

Nostril-tingling aroma with some nice leafy notes. A mellow but still full-bodied red. Walks the lines nicely, is neither sour nor sweet. Mostly dry with a bit of tea and oak, a little tannin. I liked it, and very nice at the price.


Snooth User: Slipstream
172281735
3.50 5
12/11/2009

Nostril-tingling aroma with some nice leafy notes. A mellow but still full-bodied red that walks the lines nicely. Neither sour nor sweet, mostly dry, with a bit of oak and tea, a little tannin. I liked it, and nice at the price.


External Reviews for Lillà Montepulciano d'Abruzzo

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Source: Astor Wines & Spirits
03/05/2009

This hearty, everyday red wine made from Montepulciano is an easy crowd-pleaser, with tasty aromas of oregano, black olives, blackberries and fern. Solid varietal character comes from estate-owned vines located in the Colline Teramane zone of Abruzzo. Meat on the menu? Pair this wine with a lamb ragù served over pasta. If cheese is on your mind, this goes hand in hand with Pecorino, the region’s famous sheep’s milk cheese.


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Source: Astor Wines & Spirits
04/26/2009

Made from the Montepulciano grape, this hearty, everyday red wine is an easy crowd-pleaser with tasty aromas of oregano, black olives, blackberries, and fern. Solid varietal character comes from estate-owned vines located in the Colline Teramane zone of Abruzzo. Meat on the menu? Pair this wine with a lamb ragù served over pasta. If you're in the mood for a cheese plate, this goes hand in hand with Pecorino, the region’s famous sheep’s milk cheese.




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