If you like sweet wines, this isn’t for you. This Montepulciano D’Abruzzo is fruity, but it is also VERY dry. This is a deliciously complex bottle of wine, and the flavors are much more subtle than most wines we’ve tried of this varietal. We bought this bottle in 2006, and if we can find it again, we’ll buy more than one.
For the linguistic oenophiles out there: Sogno Divino is Italian for “Divine Dream,” but if you add an extra space Sogno Di Vino means “Dream of Wine.” That might be why the vineyard decided to call this “Poesia”
$10-$15 at Great Grapes in Cary.