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Why do you recommend the Flaià Montepulciano d'abruzzo DOC 2011
Speaking of the Montepulciano d'abruzzo and a duty to speak to match with food, and the Falaià is the protagonist. With excellent acidity and refined notes of spice, supported by a tannin taste and a good alcoholic power
The Sommelier: Colour: ruby red with violet reflections, especially in youth. Wine substantial obvious bows dense, in a good degree of alcohol. Different scents, among which blackberry, mulberry, forest floor, sour cherries, maraschino. The palate demands respect, the heat expands and you feel a note the wildlife that makes it unique. The acidity, well integrated into the body, gives persistence, and the tannins a little aggressive. The final is fruity, sensual, punctuated by memories of sour cherry.
Food pairings: The Montepulciano is very good with grilled lamb and goat; Fillets with reductions in acid; Pasties of venison, braised, prepared with porcini mushrooms or truffles; ossobuco alla milanese, fegato alla veneziana; Schnitzel with blackberry jam; orange Duck; fatty Fish such as sword and salmon; Cheeses from the classic pecorino d'abruzzo to Pienza to Nice.
Uncork half an hour before serving and serve at a temperature of 16-18°C in the chalice Ballon.
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