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    G. MILAZZO MARIA COSTANZA SICILIA ROSSO DOP 2012 (NERO D’AVOLA)

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    Intense red fruit notes, ripe dark plum and blackberry preserves on the nose; a full-bodied and well-structured palate with hints of spice and menthol that lead to a long, balanced finish laced with earthy tannins.
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    G. MILAZZO TERRE DELLA BARONIA BIANCO DOP 2015 (CATARRATTO)

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    Fresh aromas of a Sicilian wheat field in late autumn, with a palate of ripe white peaches, apricots and pink grapefruit, with a round fleshy mid-palate and a lovely bitter almond and mineral laden finish.
  • G.COCCO  FARFALLE

    G.COCCO FARFALLE

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    This pasta is the real deal. Produced in the Chieti Province of Abruzzo, the de-facto capital of quality pasta production, Giuseppe Cocco uses old world techniques and bronze die to extrude its pasta. This creates a slightly rough finish to the noodle, allowing it to cling perfectly to sauce.
  • G.COCCO ACINI DI PEPE

    G.COCCO ACINI DI PEPE

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    This pasta is the real deal. Produced in the Chieti Province of Abruzzo, the de-facto capital of quality pasta production, Giuseppe Cocco uses old world techniques and bronze die to extrude its pasta. This creates a slightly rough finish to the noodle, allowing it to cling perfectly to sauce.
  • G.COCCO ANELLI

    G.COCCO ANELLI

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    This pasta is the real deal. Produced in the Chieti Province of Abruzzo, the de-facto capital of quality pasta production, Giuseppe Cocco uses old world techniques and bronze die to extrude its pasta. This creates a slightly rough finish to the noodle, allowing it to cling perfectly to sauce.
  • G.COCCO ANGEL HAIR

    G.COCCO ANGEL HAIR

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    This pasta is the real deal. Produced in the Chieti Province of Abruzzo, the de-facto capital of quality pasta production, Giuseppe Cocco uses old world techniques and bronze die to extrude its pasta. This creates a slightly rough finish to the noodle, allowing it to cling perfectly to sauce.
  • G.COCCO BIG PENNONI RIGATI

    G.COCCO BIG PENNONI RIGATI

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    This pasta is the real deal. Produced in the Chieti Province of Abruzzo, the de-facto capital of quality pasta production, Giuseppe Cocco uses old world techniques and bronze die to extrude its pasta. This creates a slightly rough finish to the noodle, allowing it to cling perfectly to sauce.
  • G.COCCO BUCATINI

    G.COCCO BUCATINI

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    This pasta is the real deal. Produced in the Chieti Province of Abruzzo, the de-facto capital of quality pasta production, Giuseppe Cocco uses old world techniques and bronze die to extrude its pasta. This creates a slightly rough finish to the noodle, allowing it to cling perfectly to sauce.
  • G.COCCO FARFALLONI

    G.COCCO FARFALLONI

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    This pasta is the real deal. Produced in the Chieti Province of Abruzzo, the de-facto capital of quality pasta production, Giuseppe Cocco uses old world techniques and bronze die to extrude its pasta. This creates a slightly rough finish to the noodle, allowing it to cling perfectly to sauce.
  • G.COCCO FUSILLI BUCATI

    G.COCCO FUSILLI BUCATI

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    This pasta is the real deal. Produced in the Chieti Province of Abruzzo, the de-facto capital of quality pasta production, Giuseppe Cocco uses old world techniques and bronze die to extrude its pasta. This creates a slightly rough finish to the noodle, allowing it to cling perfectly to sauce.
  • G.COCCO FUSILLI GIGANTI

    G.COCCO FUSILLI GIGANTI

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    This pasta is the real deal. Produced in the Chieti Province of Abruzzo, the de-facto capital of quality pasta production, Giuseppe Cocco uses old world techniques and bronze die to extrude its pasta. This creates a slightly rough finish to the noodle, allowing it to cling perfectly to sauce.
  • G.COCCO ORECCHIETTE

    G.COCCO ORECCHIETTE

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    This pasta is the real deal. Produced in the Chieti Province of Abruzzo, the de-facto capital of quality pasta production, Giuseppe Cocco uses old world techniques and bronze die to extrude its pasta. This creates a slightly rough finish to the noodle, allowing it to cling perfectly to sauce.