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Crociani Vino Nobile di Montepulciano Tuscany Italy 2016
Earthy and cherry on the nose and mouth with high tannins and medium acidity and alcohol.

£23.00


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Grape varieties

Montepulciano

Style

Big, bold fruit-forward wines for the serious red drinker. Cabernet Sauvignon, the world’s biggest red grape variety, sits here – some single varietals, some blends. Deep fruit flavours balance well with the tannins and are best appreciated with a big chunk of cheese!

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