Tiberio Montepulciano d'Abruzzo 2017

$21.99

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Ratings on Delectable

Eric Guido Delectable Pro

Crushed black cherries, blueberry skins, sage, stone dust and hints of animal musk, all come together to form a deeply satisfying bouquet on the 2017 Tiberio Montepulciano. On the palate, soft, round textures give way to a twang of tart wild berry fruits, complemented by saline-minerals and then firmed up with grippy tannins. The finish is long and structured, yet still packed with spicy primary fruits and remaining fresh through residual acids. I know Cristiana isn’t a big fan of her warmer vintage wines, but the 2017 has the stuffing to improve in our cellars while still pleasing today.

Crushed black cherries, blueberry skins, sage, stone dust and hints of animal musk, all come together to form a deeply satisfying bouquet on the 2017 Tiberio Montepulciano. On the palate, soft, round textures give way to a twang of tart wild berry fruits, complemented by saline-minerals and then firmed up with grippy tannins. The finish is long and structured, yet still packed with spicy primary fruits and remaining fresh through residual acids. I know Cristiana isn’t a big fan of her warmer vintage wines, but the 2017 has the stuffing to improve in our cellars while still pleasing today.

9.2

Nicole Ruiz Hudson

An elegant and well-priced wine. Sour cherry, dark plums, licorice, hints of dried flowers and light spice. Bigger than I recall previous vintages of this wine being, but still not as big as many other Montepulcianos — a little more streamlined. It has plenty of freshness and grippy tannins on the finish. Enjoyed with sausage pizza. Interview with Cristiana Tiberio here: https://bit.ly/2VXomiw

An elegant and well-priced wine. Sour cherry, dark plums, licorice, hints of dried flowers and light spice. Bigger than I recall previous vintages of this wine being, but still not as big as many other Montepulcianos — a little more streamlined. It has plenty of freshness and grippy tannins on the finish. Enjoyed with sausage pizza. Interview with Cristiana Tiberio here: https://bit.ly/2VXomiw

9.0

Location

  • 600 Washington St.
    New York, NY 10014

  • Hours:
    Mon-Fri. 10-8
    Sat. 11-8
    Sun. Closed

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