Wine–from roses to reds–through photos

Rachel Green
MONTEPULCIANO, Italy —
rosato
Salcheto Winery’s 2013 Obvius Rosato is a dry and fruity wine perfect for pairing with pasta. Notes of raspberry and strawberry make the Rosato a great summer wine, too. Made with Sangiovese Canaiolo, Mammolo, Merlot, Cabernet Franc and Petit Verdot grapes creates an appealing blend. No sulfates or other ingredients are added during the process.
riserva
Salcheto’s 2010 Riserva Nobile Montepulciano is a full-bodied red that pairs well with desserts. With notable legs, its thicker consistency and berry flavor derived from slightly over-ripe Sangiovese Prugnolo grapes gives it exceptional flavor. It is aged for 24 months in barrels and at least 12 months in the bottle before being made available for consumption.

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