Land of songs, brooks, mounts and great wines
Abruzzo is a region of southern- central Italy, which borders with the Adriatic Sea to the east and the Apennines to the west, with Mount Maiella and the Gran Sasso d’Italia. From the mountains to the sea, in about 50 km of unique landscape, highlands, rolling hills, all is lush and unpolluted; fields of vines and olive trees reaching the coast. The region boasts a great biodiversity from a viticultural point of view, producing both native and international grapes.
The Montepulciano d’Abruzzo is one of the main grape varieties of the region. After a period of refinement and aging in wooden barrels it becomes the famous D.O.C. wine. From the Montepulciano d’Abruzzo grapes you can also produce a rosé wine with extremely fine features. It is called “Cerasuolo” because it recalls the color of a ripe “cerasa” (cherry) and is fruity, mineral, soft, medium-bodied and easy to drink, perfect with a wide variety of dishes. Among the other D.O.C. wines produced in Abruzzo we can list the Trebbiano d’Abruzzo, obtained from Trebbiano grapes and other varieties such as Cococciola, Passerina, Pecorino, Malvasia. But that’s not all, many other wines are produced from native grape varieties in the region.
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