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Terre di Chieti IGT is a province-wide Indicazione Geografica Tipica title for the Chieti province of Abruzzo, central Italy. It was created in 1995, when the IGT category was first rolled out across Italy. It is complemented by the more location-specific title Colline Teatine IGT, which focuses just on the hills around Chieti city, the provincial capital.
A blend of Montepulciano d'Abruzzo, Cabernet Sauvignon & Merlot
WINE SPECTATOR 92 POINTS "Finely balanced flavors of dark fruit and roasted meat are supported by plenty of fresh acidity. Orange peel notes mark this midpalate, leading to a luscious finish of mint and dark chocolate. Complex, with plenty of creamy touches. Drink now through 2022. 270 cases imported."
"An instant classic! This has all the potential to make you yearn for Shiraz, 'the balanced, complex kind', all over again. A fabulous, deeply flavored wine, brooding with blackberry, cracked black pepper, cured bacon, fresh violets and baking spice. 30+ second finish. Outstanding value! Drink now thru 2022." Andres Montoya
Separated by just six years, the three vintages 1996, 1999 and 2002 have emerged as true heavyweights for red Burgundy. Each has its own distinct personality and have proven their quality over the years.
The wines of the great plateau of Pomerol, where the Merlot grape ripens reliably year by year to give sumptuous, rich wines, and the Cabernet Franc grape yields extra dimension and perfume.
The Andes’ melting snows not only provide water for the otherwise dry Mendoza region, but the slopes create mountain winds that balance the area’s hot daytime temperatures with cooler nights. This daily back-and-forth of hot and cool helps wine grapes develop slowly, with rich flavors and balanced acidity