About The Wine
Montepulciano is a grape commonly associated with the Italian region of Abruzzo, not to be mistaken for the wine known as 'Vino Nobile di Montepulciano', which is actually made from Sangiovese around the town of Montepulciano in Tuscany. Confused yet? Montepulciano the grape is known for being dark and rich and for pairing well with food (like basically all Italian varieties).
The Delinquente Roko il Vagabondo Montepulciano is a fresh and lively version with a vibrant purple colour, flavours of fresh berries and spice, and stimulating acidity, thanks to two different parcels (one picked early, one with a bit more ripeness) which were blended together right before bottling. Enjoy it on its own or with any kind of Italian food.
Con-Greg Grigoriou's mission is simple.
He is trying to make interesting yet smashable wines from some unique fruit growing in the Riverland. This stuff is all about fun times and chilled wines.
Bright, energetic and full of personality, these wines offer a great entry point for people looking to explore alternative varieties.