Tag Archives: red

2006 Il Feuduccio – Feuduccio – Montepulciano d’Abruzzo DOC

Frequent readers might remember Il Feuduccio winery from my 2011 Pecorino review. Located in Abruzzo, Italy the winery Il Feuduccio di Santa Maria d’Orni (that’s the full name but most people just refer to the winery as Il Feuduccio) produces three white, one pink, four red and one dessert wine. All four reds are classified

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2010 Leone de Castris – Villa Santera – Primitivo di Manduria DOC

Leone de Castris is an Italian winery located in the Puglia region. Their most well-known wines are the Five Roses rosato and the Donna Lisa Rosso. Villa Santera is produced in the area of Manduria and with 100% Primitivo di Manduria grapes. I had a 2010 vintage which has a listed alcohol by volume of

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2007 Sellaemosca – Terre Rare Riserva – Carignano del Sulcis DOC

I’ve had good experiences with the Sardinian Cannonau wines so I deiced to try a different local grape, the Carignano. The grape originated in Argon, Spain but was later transplanted to Sardinia by the Spanish. Sardinia is now one of the only regions that still makes wine with the Carignano grape. At a local Enoteca

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