Montepulciano is a red wine grape variety that is commonly produced in central Italy, particularly in the provinces of Abruzzo, Marche, and Molise. The grape is called after the Tuscan town of Montepulciano, yet it isn't used in any of the town's famed wines. Montepulciano wines are normally best served young and with food, and are known for their mellow flavours, rich colour, and moderate tannins.
With notes of vanilla, it's intense, long-lasting, and delicious. Long-lasting, full-bodied, well-balanced, somewhat tannic wine. It's time to drink.
|Special Ingredients||Maraschino cherries, and plums|