This Italian red Wine Won an Oscar!

This Italian red Wine Won an Oscar!
Winner of the widely respected Gambero Rosso awards "Oscar Nationale" National Oscar as well as Best Italian Red Wine with Best Value. Additionally it was awarded Due Bicchieri or Two Glasses.
"Riparosso" Montepulciano di Abruzzo by Illuminati DOC 2012 is a first class wine with a coach class price.
Tasting Notes:
Riparosso is ruby red in color with violet accents, while as it matures it takes on a slightly deeper darker hue. Alluring aromas include wild berries, ripe fruit, pepper and licorice. Flavors carry from the nose with precision; this Montepulciano is full bodied, well balanced, with excellent depth, clarity and character. Smooth, dry, and long lasting finish.
Winery: Illuminati
Region: Abruzzi
Varietal: Montepulciano di Abruzzo
Appellation or Location: Controguerra, Torano, Corropoli, (Teramo)
Altitude: 250 meters above sea level
Soil: Clay
Cultivation: Pergola traditional to Abruzzi
Harvest: October harvest with maceration occurring with the skins for precisely 14 days in stainless steel under temperature controlled environment.
Aging: 8 months in Slavonian Oak barrels
Alcohol content: 13.5%
Production: 650,000 bottles
Oneologist: Claudio Cappellacci, Giorgio Marone

Limited production wine with great value and of course possible future collectabiltiy as we project this wine will age well, appreciate in value and possibly become a real popular as well as sought after wine.

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