at time of purchase
Rating – 3/5
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The Donna Review
This is the second Montepulciano I have had and both rather recently. Fragrant to the nose and a nice ruby colour in the glass. It is smooth and full of flavour. But there is a slight bitterness to this and not as good as Granite Rose Estate Montepulciano. This Pemo really doesn’t warrant the price we paid for this.
Wine Rating: 3/5
Man with no Palate Review
Those of you who regularly read this wine blog will know that Tempranillo is my favourite variety. That said Montepulciano is rapidly catching up fast in the pecking stakes. this wineries version of Montepulciano is no way near as good as Granite Rose Estate, but it is not a bad option even at just shy of $17, it is light, slightly smooth but slightly lacking on volume.
Wine Rating: 3.5/5
PEMO Montepulciano D’Abruzzo 2019 Bottle Label Description
Produced in a mordern way, while respecting local winemaking traditions.
Eat anything from barbecued meats to stews to pizza with PEMO Montepulciano.
Montepulciano is a native Italian grape variety from Abruzzo. Originates from the rugged, mountainous Abruzzo region of central Italy.
Really characterful, soft and velvety with red berry fruit flavours.