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San Marzano Collezione Cinquanta Vino Rosso d'Italia NV

The San Marzano Collezione Cinquanta Vino Rosso d'Italia NV is a red wine blend of Primitivo and Negroamaro grapes. Aged for 12 months in french oak barrels this is an intense and complex wine showing fruity aromas of prunes and ripe red fruits combined with spicy notes of vanilla and liquorice. Opulent, full bodied and smooth on the palate with a deliciously long finish.

 

Wine File
Producer:
San Marzano
Country:
Italy
Region:
Apulia
Style:
Red Wine
Primary Grape(s):
Negroamaro , Primitivo
Bottle Size:
75cl
Alcohol:
14.5%
Closure:
Natural Cork
Vegan:
Yes
Contains Sulphites:
Yes
Units Per Bottle:
10.9
£19.95
Purchase Format
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The Producer San Marzano | Apulia, Italy

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