Duque de Montebello Jumilla Tinto, Monastrell, PDO, süß
With a bouquet of fresh green fruits, and a crisp yet round aftertaste this wine-derful Italian wine is a sure-fire winner – molto bene!
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Article Number: 60045
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This wine-derful Italian wine is a sure-fire winner – molto bene!
The three wine regions in the north-eastern corner of Italy are often referred to as the Tre Venezie — the Three Venices — because they were once part of the Venetian Empire. Each of these regions produces red and white wines that are among the most popular Italian wines enjoyed outside of Italy. Veneto, the fifth-largest region in Italy, was part of the Roman Empire until the 5th century AD. The region’s capital city Venice ruled for centuries over one of the largest and richest maritime trade empires in the world and was the birthplace of Marco Polo the renowned explorer. The region is protected from the harsh northern European climate by the Alps, the foothills of which form Veneto's northern extremes. These cooler climes are ideally suited to white grape varieties such as the Sauvignon and Pinot Grigio.
Grilled swordfish, garlic prawns, crab, light poultry dishes or on its own.
Originality, passion and the desire to enjoy - Conte Ottavio Piccolomini stands for an original Italian attitude to life. Each wine is typical of the respective region, in its style, character and taste. Always on the lookout for classic wines and modern novelties, selected winegrowers and cellar masters work together to meet the high demands. Whether it is a delicious everyday wine or an elegant growth, we always work to the highest quality standards. Our winemakers and cellar masters combine modern ways of winemaking with regional traditions, giving each of our wines originality and individual character.