Il Rosso di Casa IGT, Romagnoli
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Il Rosso di Casa IGT, Romagnoli - 2022

Item # 25596 750mL

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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One of the great values of Astor Wines and Spirits, this is my Ol' Reliable weekday red. Pizza? Yes. Spaghetti with Sunday gravy? Absolutely yes. Romagnoli is a banger. A simple red blend of Lacrima, Sangiovese, and Montepulciano this wine over-delivers for the pricepoint. Expect an orchard of cherry trees on the palate, and very subtle tannin. Aromas of red fruit and a slight mushroom quality tickle the nose. Is this the most complicated red wine in our store? Of course not, but for 10 dollars this absolutely beats out Two Buck Chuck. Drink with a frozen lasagna on a lazy Thursday night.

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