Reviewed on 2022-02-08
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Rating 90
Style Red Dessert Wine
Blend , Perricone
Vintage NV
Appellation
Italy
ABV 14%
Price $48.00  Buy This Wine
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Perfect For

Drinking Outside the Lines, Sounding Like A Wine Pro, Wine And Cheese Night

Drink If You Like

Barbera, Dolcetto , Nero d'Avola

Feudo Montoni Passito Rosso NV Review

In antiquity, Sicily was known for its sweet wines. The island was celebrated throughout Ancient Rome and beyond because of its wines' ability to travel long distances and keep quality intact. Even though those days are long gone, with dry red wine the focus of these modern times, the Sicilian culture will always stay tethered to its past. This dessert wine has those back, back, back in the day vibes. It is made from the native Nero D’ Avola grape as well as the small Perricone variety. The result is a sweet wine with dollops of mocha and dark chocolate on the nose, with a slight, welcome balsamic note along with blackberry coulis. The fruit is intense and concentrated but broken up well by natural acidity. It is balanced and upfront. Make no mistake, this wine needs food. Grab some pistachio and orange-based pastries along with some Italian cheese and you're in business.

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Feudo Montoni Passito Rosso NV
In antiquity, Sicily was known for its sweet wines. The island was celebrated throughout Ancient Rome and beyond because of its wines' ability to travel long distances and keep quality intact. Even though those days are long gone, with dry red wine the focus of these modern times, the Sicilian culture will always stay tethered to its past. This dessert wine has those back, back, back in the day vibes. It is made from the native Nero D’ Avola grape as well as the small Perricone variety. The result is a sweet wine with dollops of mocha and dark chocolate on the nose, with a slight, welcome balsamic note along with blackberry coulis. The fruit is intense and concentrated but broken up well by natural acidity. It is balanced and upfront. Make no mistake, this wine needs food. Grab some pistachio and orange-based pastries along with some Italian cheese and you're in business.

Reviewed On: 02-08-2022
90
POINTS
Feudo Montoni Passito Rosso NV
In antiquity, Sicily was known for its sweet wines. The island was celebrated throughout Ancient Rome and beyond because of its wines' ability to travel long distances and keep quality intact. Even though those days are long gone, with dry red wine the focus of these modern times, the Sicilian culture will always stay tethered to its past. This dessert wine has those back, back, back in the day vibes. It is made from the native Nero D’ Avola grape as well as the small Perricone variety. The result is a sweet wine with dollops of mocha and dark chocolate on the nose, with a slight, welcome balsamic note along with blackberry coulis. The fruit is intense and concentrated but broken up well by natural acidity. It is balanced and upfront. Make no mistake, this wine needs food. Grab some pistachio and orange-based pastries along with some Italian cheese and you're in business.

Reviewed On: 02-08-2022