Sensi Collezione Montepulciano d'Abruzzo 2019
- Medium bodied
A couple of years ago, Mr Sensi himself came into Mofo HQ to say g’day. Actually, ciao would be more accurate. He’s a legend. He told us the story of how one of the largest Tuscan producers came to be making good vino. Apparently, since its earliest 1890 days, the key has been consistency. Oh, and the spoils of Italy. Obviously.
This montepulciano has “pizza wine” written all over it. With heaps of ripe red berries and spicy plum, all you need is a good bit of dough and a lathering of real napoli sauce.
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- 100% Montepulciano
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Seriously, who hasn’t heard of Sensi wines? Celebrated as the pride and joy of Tuscany, Sensi is recognised as one of the largest producers in the region and has cemented itself as one of the best, with a rich, successful and long 120-year old presence in the Tuscan Hills. An Italian stallion of a producer, its success and growth continues to ascent with each passing year, with an uncompromising put-into-practice philosophy of elegance, consistency and excellence when it comes to wine production.
Italian wine regions are by far some of the most difficult to learn about. With over 350 official wine varieties, it can be very easy to get lost. Never fear though, you'll see some of your old friends such as Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Pinot Noir, Pinot Grigio and Sangiovese as well as some new friends such as Chianti, Arneis, Fiano, Nebbiolo and Vermentino. Italian wines are a match made in heaven for food, but can easily be enjoyed on their own. Good food and good wine - THAT is the Italian way.
The rules are there ain’t no rules, but here are some foods we think will work pretty well with this wine...