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Its vineyards have furnished wine for the capital since the days of the Roman Empire, and are most famous for their fresh, usually neutral, white wines made from Malvasia and Trebbiano Toscano that are best consumed quite young.

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Riccardo Cotarella’s 2009 Merlot Montiano is the clear highlight in this set of new releases. Mocha, espresso, sweet spices and plums flesh out beautifully in the glass. There is an element of floral lift and freshness that is highly ... more
Sku: 055057

Reg. $13.99

  Sku: 043316

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Casale della Ioria is a family-run estate located some 400 meters above sea level in Acuto, a small hilltop town near the town of Frosinone, around 30 miles south-east of Rome. This area is known as Ciociaria, and although no defined political ... more
Sku: 042898

Reg. $69.99
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The profound, dense ruby/purple-colored 1999 Montiano (2,500 cases of 100% Merlot aged in 100% new French oak, and bottled unfined and unfiltered) offers a smorgasbord of aromas, including melted chocolate, espresso, blackberries, cherries, currants, more
Sku: 010245

Reg. $34.99
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The fruit is air dried in a special room to facilitate the development of Botrytis (noble rot) so that by press time 45% to 60% of the bunches have been affected. The fermentation takes place in “neutral” 500 liter tonneaux (fifth pass), the ... more
Sku: 1476345