Il Rosso di Casa IGT, Romagnoli
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Il Rosso di Casa IGT, Romagnoli - 2020

Item # 25596 750mL
$9.96/ Single Bottle
$119.52 $107.57/ Case of 12
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Tasting Notes

An ideal house wine but so much more than what it sounds. Easy to drink, bright red plums mingle on a palate laced with faint tannins. Ideally suited for pizza and the gamut of pasta dishes.

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Staff Pick Notes

It's a competitive world these days--New York even more so. There's pressure for great wines to be well-priced, as well as being outstanding in terms of taste and quality. Il Rosso Di Casa definitely delivers a great tasting wine at a great price. Is it fancy and complicated? No. Is the perfect accompaniment to a great slice of pizza or anything in a red sauce? Hell Yes! It's comprised of 70% Montepulciano, 20% Merlot, and 10% Lacrima di Morro d'Alba from the Mache's hilly vineyards, on the eastern side of the Italian peninsula. Nice ripe fruit with smooth tannin, and just a hint of dusty road and leather, all add up to a pleasure to drink, with or without food.


About the Producer

Cantina Romagnoli Contrada S. Maria del Fiore, Marches, Italy This wine comes from a small family business located in the Marches, the easternmost region in the central belt of Italy between Tuscany and Umbria along the Adriatic coast. The Romagnoli family settled in this hilly terrain in the 18th century near Contrada S. Maria del Fiore: “Saint Maria of the Flowers.” There in the municipality...

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