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Wine Spectator awarded the Pelago 2010

According to the Wine Spectator magazine always extra careful about the Italian great quality wine and about autochthon areas,90 points out of 100 is the score reached by Pelago 2010. Pelago is a wine born from the union of Montepulciano, Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon and it preserves the style and the personality of native grapes together with the complexity and the aromatic profile of the Bordeaux grapes variety. The Wine Spectator award is only one of many other prizes won by Pelago in the last 18 years, rewards that allowed to it to fit in the list of the Italian most wanted wines in the world.