Quattro Mani Montepulciano d’Abruzzo

italian wine  %tages Quattro Mani Montepulciano d’AbruzzoQuattro Mani translates to mean “four hands” which supposedly represents four celebrity Italian winemakers who produce wines from indigenous Italian varietals, such as Montepulciano.  I tried to find out who these “celebrities” are but I couldn’t find any info on them. If anyone knows, please post a comment.
I also tried to visit the website of the bottler, Velenosi and that too was unavailable.  I’m having no luck on the research in the rear this bottle.  It was imported by Domaine Select in New York, but all they say is that it’s produced by four celebrated Italian winemakers.  That doesn’t help me either.  Sigh.  All I can give you on this is my tasting notes.
Barley and vanilla aromas with blackberry and cherry cola on the palate. Quattro Mani Montepulciano d’Abruzzo is a very soft, simple and approachable wine filled with a nice abundance of fruit.  The end is honestly long and it is well balanced.  It’s a decent and enjoyable pizza or pasta wine, but it’s not http://1000-facts-about-wine.com extraordinarily elegant.
Wine: Quattro Mani
Varietal: Montepulciano d’Abruzzo
Vintage: 2010
Alcohol: 13%
Rating: 85
Fee Paid: $8.99

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6 thoughts on “Quattro Mani Montepulciano d’Abruzzo

  1. I herd wine costs more because of it’s age, well does age change the taste or alcohol percentage in wines? What about additional alcohols like vodka or whiskey, does age matter to them?

  2. Can you drink wine and get drunk 3-4 times a month, like at a party, without having the craving for wine everyday? Can you also do this with LSD,marijuana, shrooms, and coke? I would assume you can’t do this with Crack and Meth Note I will never do drugs, and this is a hypothetical question. I’ve also never drank but am plotting on doing it soon.

  3. How might moderate alcohol consumption reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease? 1. In moderation, the consumption of alcohol lowers LDL and promotes blood clotting. 2. Taken in moderation, alcohol lowers blood HDL and inhibits blood clotting. 3. In moderation, the consumption of alcohol raises HDL and inhibits blood clotting. 4. Taken in moderation, alcohol increases HDL and decreases LDL. 5. In moderation, the phytochemicals in alcohol reduce blood levels of LDL and triglycerides.

  4. I have this fantastic recipe for Apple Pie Wine using 180 proof grain alcohol. Can I bottle this and consider it preserved? How much alcohol should I use to preserve this wine? Wine has a percentage of alcohol. Is this what keeps it from spoiling? I know how to make wine. And have made a few bottles over the years. I really like the recipe I have for Apple Pie “Wine.” And I want to bottle it instead of keeping it in the refrigerator. So my question would really be with 10% alcohol by number in sanatized bottles and corks, will it keep.

  5. I was having a charity event, and there was Quattro Mani Montepulciano d’Abruzzo served. It was awesome wine. I will buy it often

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