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Per Linda Cerasuolo 2013 750ml
Offering a light pink blush complemented by aromatics of dew-laden roses and the pleasing saline mineral tones, this wine complements its ripe bosc pear and smooth flavor of vine-ripened blackberry with a gentle but persistent acidity and fruit-forward flavor. Proof that quality does exist under $15 a bottle, Per Linda Cerasuolo has become a signature on our shelves and is one of our best-selling wines for easy drinking at the table or for pouring at a gathering of friends. Cerasuolo, the Abbruzzese word for "rosé," shows us how delicious and practical a blush wine from the Montepulciano grape can be; pair it with classic fish dishes of the Adriatic (prawns, clams, or fish stew), as well as pizza and tomato-based pastas.
Per Linda Montepulciano d'Abruzzo 2013 750ml
Ruby red with violet highlights, the color of this refreshing, food-friendly Montepulciano d’Abruzzo hints at its aroma of purple fruits and wildflowers, both complemented by spice, earth and a touch of minerals. Fresh and harmonious, this ’13 Montepulciano is an affordable, delightful go-to red, especially for summertime. After harvesting, the grapes for this wine ferment in temperature-controlled stainless steel tanks for about two weeks, after which the wine ages in stainless steel for a year before bottling, where it rests for six months before release.
Per Linda Cerasuolo 2014 750ml
This wine bursts with an optimistic blush hue, a signal of its aromatics that blend roses, violets, saline minerals, and ripe orchard and berry fruits. Fresh yet round, this wine holds a delightful tension in its mouth-feel that is at once energetic and satisfying. Proof that quality does exist under $15 a bottle, Per Linda Cerasuolo has become a signature on our shelves and is one of our best-selling wines for easy drinking at the table or for pouring at a gathering of friends. Cerasuolo, the Abruzzese word for "rosé," shows us how delicious and practical a blush wine from the Montepulciano grape can be; pair it with classic fish dishes of the Adriatic (prawns, clams, or fish stew), as well as pizza and tomato-based pastas.
Per Linda Trebbiano d’Abruzzo 2015 750ml
A bright straw color in the glass, this ’15 Trebbiano d’Abruzzo bursts with crushed white flowers, green plums, citrus and herbs--it’s a delicious, food-friendly white that will take you from appetizers to seafood entrees. Structured, nicely acidic and very fresh, this white is the ideal anytime sipper. Deriving from north-facing vineyards with sandy soil, this organically grown Trebbiano d’Abruzzo ferments with natural yeasts in temperature-controlled stainless steel; it ages for about five months before bottling.
Adam Pinot Grigio 2014 750ml
Your eye may be struck by its kinetic surfer label, your wallet may appreciate its price, but IWM is willing to bet that your palate will love this fresh, zippy, seriously fun Pinot Grigio from Adam. This is no watered-down Pinot; it’s crisp, mineral laden, and kissed with ripe fruit; a lovely golden yellow flecked with cinnamon highlights give illustration to the uniqueness of this pure, fresh, stainless-steel-aged Pinot Grigio. Quaffable, mellow, and intensely perfumed, this true Friulian Pinot Grigio goes down delightfully, offering a lovely complement to a wide variety of summer foods--or as a simple sipper by itself.
Per Linda Cerasuolo 2015 750ml
Offering a vibrant cherry hue, this wine bursts with succulent vine-ripened blackberries, crisp orchard fruits, dew-laden roses and crushed saline minerals; it’s a treat for the senses! A gentle but persistent acidity complements the fruit-forward flavors of this ’15 Cerasuolo, and cheek-piquing minerals linger on the finish, making this charming wine very food-friendly. Grapes ferment in temperature-controlled steel for about two weeks, and the wine ages in stainless steel for six months before bottling. Cerasuolo, the Abbruzzese word for "rosé," shows us how delicious and practical a blush wine made from the Montepulciano grape can be; pair it with classic fish dishes of the Adriatic, as well as pizza and tomato-based pastas.
Quattro Mani Montepulciano d'Abruzzo 2014 750ml
Ruby red, fresh, fruity, and round, this ’14 Montepulciano d’Abruzzo could be your new go-to red. Bright red fruits, a thrum of earth, a dust of spice, and nicely grippy tannins, distinguish this wine. The name “Montepulciano” can refer to a wine, a place or a grape--this wine is a mono-varietal Montepulciano from the region of Abruzzo, and it’s an emblematic ruby red food-friendly evocation of the DOC bottling. This Montepulciano d'Abruzzo has consulting winemaker Attilio Pagli, a twelve-time winner of Tre Bicchieri awards, to thank for its simple, approachable palate. Balanced, delicious and perfect for coming home and popping a bottle for any occasion, Quattro Mani Montepulciano d'Abruzzo complements uncomplicated comfort foods like pizza or spaghetti Bolognese with pizzazz.
Vino Italiano Buying Guide Revised
Vino Italiano balances the thoroughness of an encyclopedia with thepracticality of a buying guide. The perfect read to complement yournext wine purchase from IWM.
Passion on the Vine - Paperback Edition
Without qualification, the best book about Italian wine today, if only because Sergio Esposito understands that its mysterious greatness is in its poetrythe earth, its diurnal magic, the ghostsof great-grandfathers. A beautiful, boldly sentimental memoir.
Fantinel Prosecco Brut Extra Dry NV 750ml
This velvety, food-friend Prosecco matches elegant minerality and delicate tropical fruits with delightful floral aromas in a fresh, charming sparkler. Straw yellow in color, this classic Prosecco offers persistent perlage, bright acidity, and chalky minerals. Deriving from estate- grown Prosecco grapes (a varietal previously called Glera), this Prosecco is vinified in the in the charmat, or tank method, in which the wine undergoes a secondary fermentation in bulk tanks and is bottled under pressure. This versatile, delicious Prosecco can serve as an aperitif, a complement to food, or a palate cleanser, making it one of IWM’s favorite go-to sparkling wines.