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94 points Vinous: "Inky-purple. Captivating, broad brushstrokes of tar and licorice complicate aromas and flavors of dark plums, black cherry and cassis. Very clean, vibrant, dense Montepulciano d’Abruzzo that boasts lingering floral and mineral elements on the juicy finish. The best Italian release of Emidio Pepe’s Montepulciano d’Abruzzo in a long time (this wine is made from younger vines than the Old Vines selections available in the US). Really well done. (ID)" (09/2018) K&L Notes: *Natural Wine*

2016 Emidio Pepe Trebbiano d'Abruzzo
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92 points Vinous: "Bright medium-dark yellow. Aromas of apple, pear, lime and apple cider on the rich nose. Then dense, bright and juicy, featuring suave pomaceous orchard fruit flavors and a hint of gingery zing on the clean finish. Lovely, refreshing but also very concentrated white that is increasingly less funky and macerated than past vintages of Trebbiano d’Abruzzo from Emidio Pepe. (ID)" (09/2018) K&L Notes: *Natural Wine*

Pasetti's vineyards lie in the heart of Italy's Abruzzo, between the Tirino and Pescara valleys at the foot of Gran Sasso and Maiella. The location's favorable climate, varied terrain and clay chalk and skeleton-rich rocky subsoils result in some of the best wines coming out of Italy today. Made by husband-and-wife team Franco and Mimma from vineyards at 550 meters above sea level, their Montepulciano d'Abruzzo is aromatic, balanced, and elegant. The perfect weeknight red.
Price: $17.99

Pasetti's vineyards lie in the heart of Italy's Abruzzo, between the Tirino and Pescara valleys at the foot of Gran Sasso and Maiella. The location's favorable climate, varied terrain and clay chalk and skeleton-rich rocky subsoils result in some of the best wines coming out of Italy today. Made by husband-and-wife team Franco and Mimma from vineyards at 550 meters above sea level, their Montepulciano d'Abruzzo is aromatic, balanced, and elegant. The perfect weeknight red.
Price: $29.99

The Santoleri vineyards date back to 1968, though the same family has been farming the property since 600! Located at the base of the 2,000-foot Maiella Mountain in the Apennines, its altitude and proximity to the Adriatic Sea are ideally suited for growing grapes. The vineyards are farmed without the use of pesticides, mineral fertilizers and other invasive products.
Price: $28.99

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Importer's notes: "The Centorame Castellum Vetus Montepulciano boasts Abruzzo’s first ever DOCG ranking, 'Colline Teramane.' Centorame Castellum Vetus Montepulciano d’Abruzzo is characterized by a ruby red color with deep violet reflections and highlights. It has an invigorating aroma of blackberry and blueberry, with hints of vanilla and cocoa. The palate is rich and fruity with well-integrated tannins."
Price: $44.99

Winemaker's notes: "Intense ruby red colour with violet nuances; intense, characteristic bouquet of the primary grape aromas; fruity component, full-bodied and robust, well-balanced with tannin and oak features."
Price: $17.99

Wine Enthusiast: "Bright aromas of candied watermelon and pink grapefruit grace the nose of this neon-pink rosato from the Farnese group. It's textural and soft on the entry of the palate, yet a veil of tannins offers a solid frame to flavors of cherry, melon and citrus. Cleansing acidity rises up on the finish, which creates a refreshing overall experience. *Best Buy* (AP)" (07/2019)
Price: $9.99

Bid on this bottle of 1995 Azienda Agricola Valentini Montepulciano d'Abruzzo. Valentini is an historic estate in Abruzzo, and is widely regarded as one of the greatest producers in all of Italy. Above all, it is known for its white wine made from the Trebbiano grape, but its Montepulciano d'Abruzzo is one of Italy's most expensive wines. The Valentini family, originally hailing from Spain, has been in Abruzzo for centuries, but had little to do with winemaking until 1950, when Eduardo Valentini took a more active role in the business and became known in the region as "The Lord of the Vines". On his death in 2006, his son Francesco took over, and continued the estate's traditionalist approach to both winemaking and marketing. Valentini makes just three wines – a white Trebbiano d'Abruzzo, a red Montepulciano, and a Cerasuolo rosé, all of which are made in small quantities and are highly collectable.
Starting Bid: $225.00

Bid on this bottle of 2001 Azienda Agricola Valentini Montepulciano d'Abruzzo. Valentini is an historic estate in Abruzzo, and is widely regarded as one of the greatest producers in all of Italy. Above all, it is known for its white wine made from the Trebbiano grape, but its Montepulciano d'Abruzzo is one of Italy's most expensive wines. The Valentini family, originally hailing from Spain, has been in Abruzzo for centuries, but had little to do with winemaking until 1950, when Eduardo Valentini took a more active role in the business and became known in the region as "The Lord of the Vines". On his death in 2006, his son Francesco took over, and continued the estate's traditionalist approach to both winemaking and marketing. Valentini makes just three wines – a white Trebbiano d'Abruzzo, a red Montepulciano, and a Cerasuolo rosé, all of which are made in small quantities and are highly collectable.
Starting Bid: $225.00

Bid on this 3-bottle lot of 2006 Azienda Agricola Valentini Montepulciano d'Abruzzo (94RP, 93VN). Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The estate's 2006 Montepulciano d'Abruzzo is gorgeous. Sweet floral notes lead to a burst of dark red fruit as this energetic Montepulciano shows off its class. Smoke, ash, tar, licorice and a host of other aromas and flavors develop in the glass, adding further layers of depth and complexity. This is a decidedly muscular, intense wine that will require patience. As always, it is a touch rustic in its youth, but Valentini's wines have a way of acquiring elegance in bottle. Anticipated maturity: 2016-2026. (AG)" (05/2011)
Starting Bid: $675.00

Bid on this bottle of 2002 Azienda Agricola Valentini Montepulciano d'Abruzzo (93VN, 92RP). Vinous: "Medium-deep saturated ruby. Dark berries, quinine, black olive and juniper aromas are lifted by black pepper and smoked meat. Then pure and complex in the mouth, with uncommonly deep, slightly medicinal flavors of blackcurrant, wet underbrush, chocolate, tobacco and smoky oak. This picks up flesh and volume with air, finishing with firm tannins and outstanding length. Cellar this complex wine for another 5 years, then enjoy it over the following 10 or 12. (ID)" (07/2009)
Starting Bid: $225.00