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2018 Montepulciano d'Abruzzo [5L Bag-in-Box] (Centorame)

Centorame, Montepulciano d'Abruzzo Rosso [5 liter Bag-in-Box], Abruzzo, Italy 2017

100% Montepulciano {organic}

DARK FRUIT, ELEGANT & OH-SO-DRINKABLE

This is a picnic red if we’ve ever met one. The motto of the Abruzzo region perfectly describes it, "forte e gentile" (strong and gentle). It’s both robust and elegant, with soft tannins and gentle spice – aromatic and rich, full of juicy black plums and boysenberries, a whiff of saddle leather, a pinch of pipe tobacco. Grown in sandier soil closer to the Vomano River that runs north of the vineyards, it’s a touch paler and more delicate than Centorame’s “San Michele” Montepulciano d’Abruzzo.

Serving suggestions: Proscuitto, green olives, & fresh red tomatoes w/ olive oil, caciocavallo cheese. Burrata w/ country bread.

45.99

4 in stock

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2018 Pecorino Colli Aprutini "Scuderie Ducali" (Centorame)

Centorame, Pecorino Colli Aprutini "Scuderie Ducali", Abruzzo, Italy 2018

{organic} 100% Pecorino

LEMONY FRESH & ZESTY, FLORAL & HERBACEOUS, LIGHTLY SMOKY

Lamberto Vannucci’s “Scuderie Ducali” wines are named after a popular tourist attraction near his vineyards - a horse training facility. And the Pecorino grape is named because sheep, pecora in Italian, supposedly love to eat it as they’re herded down the hills and through the vineyards. This may be a perfect wine to have after a vigorous session of training a horse or herding some sheep - bright, clean, and zesty lemon citrus, with just a touch of jasmine flower and fresh herbs. Fresh and refreshing, it’s as at home in your glass on a hot summer day as it would be on the dinner table.

Serving suggestions: In a delicious quirk of fate, Pecorino cheese! Fish soup w/ tomatoes, rosemary, vinegar, & a tiny pinch of red pepper flakes.

12.99

49 in stock

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2019 Pecorino [5 Liter Bag-in-Box] (Centorame)

Centorame, Pecorino [5 liter Bag-in-Box], Abruzzo, Italy 2019

100% Pecorino {organic}

LEMONY FRESH & ZESTY, FLORAL & HERBACEOUS, LIGHTLY SMOKY

The Pecorino grape is named because sheep, pecora in Italian, supposedly love to eat it as they’re herded down the hills and through the vineyards in picturesque Abruzzo. This may be a perfect wine to have after a vigorous session of training a horse or herding some sheep - bright, clean, and zesty lemon citrus, with just a touch of jasmine flower and fresh herbs. Fresh and refreshing, it’s as at home in your glass on a hot summer day as it would be on the dinner table.

Serving suggestions: In a delicious quirk of fate, Pecorino cheese! Fish soup w/ tomatoes, rosemary, vinegar, & a tiny pinch of red pepper flakes.

45.99

87 in stock

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