Tormaresca - Bocca di Lupo - Castel del Monte

Tormaresca - Bocca di Lupo - Castel del Monte - 2008 - 75cl - Onshore Cellars

Tormaresca - Bocca di Lupo - Castel del Monte

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It is a wine with a dark ruby red colour. The nose has a complex and prolonged succession of hints: spicy, mentholated, toasted, with ink notes and hints of jam, dried plums and cherries in alcohol. In the mouth it is soft and balanced, with a very large structure. Overall it is a very elegant wine with a pleasant persistence.
Type:
Red
Country:
Italy
Region:
Puglia
Appellation:
Castel del Monte DOC
Producer:
Marchesi Antinori
Grapes/Blend:
Aglianico
ABV:
14.5%

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