Wine Curmudgeon, a blog dedicated to showcasing affordable and accessible wines, features the 2016 Masicarelli Montepuclaino d’Abruzzo 2016 in his latest wine of the week segment.
The wine receives exceptionally high praise for its price-point, “Where has this wine been all my life? […] Wines from Italy’s Montepulciano d’Abruzzo region have traditionally been terrific values, and this is no exception.” Reviewer Jeff Siegel goes as far to say that the wine should go in his personal Hall of Fame and make the short list for the 2021 Cheap Wine of the Year!
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Masciarelli Montepulciano d’Abruzzo 2016
The first line created by Gianni Masciarelli has become over the years a landmark for the company and its customers, in addition to being the most consistent and known, in Italy and abroad. Its wines, Montepulciano D’Abruzzo DOC, Trebbiano D’Abruzzo DOC, and Rosato IGT Colline Teatine are today “a classic”, which can reflect the genuine taste of tradition and the quality of Abruzzo native vines.
Through tremendous vision and endless innovation, Masciarelli has not only become one of the most admired wineries in Italy, but is often regarded as the standard-bearer of the Abruzzo region. Led by the mother-daughter team of Marina Cvetić and Miriam Lee Masciarelli, the winery is the only one in Abruzzo to own land in all four provinces and produce wine from 100% estate-owned vineyards.