Castronovo Vineyards Montepulciano d’Abruzzo
If you’re looking for a good value wine this weekend, try the Castronovo Montepulciano d’Abruzzo. This wine originates in one of the most prolific wine growing regions in Italy.
The Montepulciano grapes are widely grown in the central an southern areas of Italy and are known for their soft flavor and strong color.
And as always, we like to serve your wine with a backstory! If the name Castronovo sounds familiar to you, then the chances are that you’re thinking about Paul Castronovo who has been a radio personality in South Florida for thirty years. And being of Italian extraction, he has a natural love of Italian foods and wines. And yes, he is the proprietor of Castronovo Vineyards.
Paul himself says that the best way to enjoy this wine is with a charcuterie platters and a selection of cheeses. And you know the best place to get that
We also have another of Paul’s wines, the Pecorino (not to be confused with the cheese of the same name). This is made from the white grape grown in the same region of Italy. So whether you prefer red or white wines, we’ve got you covered. We’d love you to come in and give them a try.
Yesterday, we explained about the fascinating history of one of our favorite cheeses and said ‘don’t just serve cheese, serve history’. So when you’re serving this wine to your friends tell them who is behind the wine.
Today’s motto is don’t just serve wine, serve celebrity
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