You may not be familiar with Vino Nobile di Montepulciano, but you should be. Despite its long name, it makes delicious wines filled with preserved red cherry flavours. Similar in style to Chianti due to it being mostly made from Sangiovese, this is a great option if you love Tuscan wines and want something a little more refined.

The wines of Tuscany's Vino Nobile di Montepulciano enjoy a storied history dating back to the 8th Century. Receiving praise from Popes and poets as “the king of wines”, it is no wonder it was one of the first regions in Italy given DOCG status. If you are looking for a new Italian wine to try, this is a great bet.
Poggio alla Sala
Parceto D.O.C.G. 2013
Only 42-bottles remaining.
Produced only when perfect growing conditions occur, the last Parceto made was in 2010. This wine exhibits exceptional Tuscan terroir from a single vineyard managed by the world renowned Gattavecchi Family. Aromas of underbrush, toast, oak and espresso take the forefront. This is an extremely sophisticated wine with big, bold flavours. Close-grained tannins give flexible support to fleshy black cherry, mature plum, coffee and nutmeg. Decadent and deliciously rich. Drink 2020–2032.

$84.99 per bottle.