Lettie Teague, a well-respected wine writer for the Wall Street Journal did not mince words when she wrote about today’s wine – a lights out little number that I’m positive you guys are going to absolutely love. She called it, “Simple, easy to drink and easy to like … it’s the quintessential great cheap red” while also making it the #1 wine in her report on ‘Outstanding Values in Montepulciano d’Abruzzo.’ Not too shabby!
It comes from an independent, family-owned winery that has been making wines in the Veneto for three generations now. The team of brothers from the Pasqua family prioritize wines that appeal to a broad group of wine fans, and aim to do it for a price that goes easy on the wallet.
There aren’t many doing it better in all of Italy. Or, I guess, according to Lettie Teague and the Wall Street Journal, there’s exactly 0 people doing this better.
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Lettie Teague, Wall Street Journal
Simple, easy to drink and easy to like, this fruity, soft red comes in a bottle with a screw cap. A joint project between the Pasqua winemaking family and the importer, Skurnik Wines, it’s the quintessential great cheap red.
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