Terra D'aligi Tolos Montepulciano D'abruzzo 2004, Doc

Montepulciano Montepulciano
Abruzzo, Italy

$29.95 (19166)

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November 22, 2008

Critic Reviews (5)

Nancy Morgan
Nancy Morgan

Lovely black cherries and ripe plums with hints of vanilla, smoke and pepper in background. Full-bodied. Great price....

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Rod Phillips
Rod Phillips

This is Terra d’Aligi’s top-tier Montepulciano (you can try the entry-level, which is great value at $11.95, in the...

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John Stewart
John Stewart

This is a very big, rich, ripe, new world style Montepulciano with abundant, even over-liberal usage of new oak...

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John Szabo, MS
John Szabo, MS

This is a very big, rich, ripe, new world style Montepulciano with abundant, even over-liberal usage of new oak...

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Winecurrent
Winecurrent

This wine is treated to 18 months in barrel followed by another year in bottle. Although a culprit for unnecessarily...

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Community Reviews (1)

Bethany Harpur
Bethany Harpur

Lots of chocolate and raspberry liquor on the nose. Solid acid, low and pleasant tannins, bit of a dusty mouthfeel. Medium-to long finish.

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