Cantine La Quercia

Montepulciano d'Abruzzo

8.868 ratings
8.82 pro ratings
Abruzzi, Italy
Montepulciano
Tomato-Based
Top Notes For
Edie Frankenfield

Dark fruit, smooth finish. Enjoying with Italian cheeses, meats & dark chocolate. Very reasonably priced. Would definitely drink again - at this price ($14) could be a every day table wine at my house.

Dark fruit, smooth finish. Enjoying with Italian cheeses, meats & dark chocolate. Very reasonably priced. Would definitely drink again - at this price ($14) could be a every day table wine at my house.

Mar 4th, 2018
Loren Judah

Dry with dark fruits on the nose. The pallet follows suit with a dry body and rich velvety overtones of blackberry and plum. A great Montepulciano for the price and works well with just about any complimentary cuisine.

Dry with dark fruits on the nose. The pallet follows suit with a dry body and rich velvety overtones of blackberry and plum. A great Montepulciano for the price and works well with just about any complimentary cuisine.

Jan 15th, 2018
Adam brady

This takes me back 17 years to the hills of Tuscany. I love a good Montepulciano wine - and this does not disappoint!

This takes me back 17 years to the hills of Tuscany. I love a good Montepulciano wine - and this does not disappoint!

Jan 8th, 2018
Laura Hoffman

Light but with a rich flavor. Great with cheeses or cheesy pasta like cacio e pepe

Light but with a rich flavor. Great with cheeses or cheesy pasta like cacio e pepe

Oct 9th, 2017
David Todd

Very approachable like this one

Very approachable like this one

Jul 9th, 2017
Debi koelkebeck

RBTW at M&M Bistro

RBTW at M&M Bistro

Mar 1st, 2017
John Hoekstra

More Montepulciano. The best red in the world is from here. I've just yet to find it.

More Montepulciano. The best red in the world is from here. I've just yet to find it.

Feb 26th, 2017
John T
9.1

Very pleasant blend. Loved it with the manicotti and veal saltimbocca.

Very pleasant blend. Loved it with the manicotti and veal saltimbocca.

Feb 25th, 2017
Sergio Licea

Blackberry compote, cherry liqueur, dried thyme, black peppercorns. Balanced acid/medium rough velvet tannins, medium bodied, juicy texture, smoky-slightly floral finish. Not particularly aromatic, but it's structure was perfectly balanced. Great weekday wine, really shined when paired with grilled sausages.

Blackberry compote, cherry liqueur, dried thyme, black peppercorns. Balanced acid/medium rough velvet tannins, medium bodied, juicy texture, smoky-slightly floral finish. Not particularly aromatic, but it's structure was perfectly balanced. Great weekday wine, really shined when paired with grilled sausages.

Jan 10th, 2017
Andrew Nash

Solid drinker

Solid drinker

Nov 18th, 2016