Bosco

Montepulciano d'Abruzzo

8.6139 ratings
8.23 pro ratings
Abruzzi, Italy
Montepulciano
Top Notes For
Sean Trapani

Founder/Educator Wine Fluent, Consultant ABC Fine Wines & Spirits

8.1

Decent house red. Red cherries and vanilla on the nose/palate. Zippy acidity. Needs 15 minutes in glass to open up. Paired well with stuffed peppers and tomato sauce.

Decent house red. Red cherries and vanilla on the nose/palate. Zippy acidity. Needs 15 minutes in glass to open up. Paired well with stuffed peppers and tomato sauce.

2 people found it helpfulAug 3rd, 2014
Gary Justice

Coatco wine

Coatco wine

1 person found it helpfulJun 22nd, 2014
Teresa S

Leather soil prune. Not bad.

Leather soil prune. Not bad.

Oct 4th, 2017
Laura Capalleja

Smooth and tasty

Smooth and tasty

Jul 15th, 2017
Mike Pliss

Deep cherries and well blended

Deep cherries and well blended

Feb 9th, 2017
Jesse Baldwin

Yuck.

Yuck.

Jan 13th, 2017
Peter Borsella

Light but peppery. Good with pizza.

Light but peppery. Good with pizza.

Jan 5th, 2017
Misti Smith

Easy to drink, juicy, raspberries

Easy to drink, juicy, raspberries

Oct 29th, 2016
Michael McGuire

Nice cheap Italian, you can get it at Costco for 7-8 bucks when it's on special. It's high in acid with a little fruit on the nose and pallet. Oak and jam bomb lovers keep moving, nothing to see here. Pairs well with anything. Nice taste, better the first day, drink it up. Stock up when it's on sale.

Nice cheap Italian, you can get it at Costco for 7-8 bucks when it's on special. It's high in acid with a little fruit on the nose and pallet. Oak and jam bomb lovers keep moving, nothing to see here. Pairs well with anything. Nice taste, better the first day, drink it up. Stock up when it's on sale.

Oct 12th, 2016
Lenae Gunter

Does not pair well with spaghetti

Does not pair well with spaghetti

Sep 20th, 2016