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|Montepulciano grapes, for the Montepulciano d’Abruzzo DOC||
Though the Montepulciano grape is widely cultivated throughout central and southern Italy, the finest variety and its wine are, par excellence, produced in Abruzzo.
Made from Montepulciano grapes, the distinct cherry-pink colour is achieved by keeping the juice from contact with the fruit’s dark skin.
|Trebbiano grapes and Trebbiano d’Abruzzo DOC||
The moderate alcoholic content and delicate bouquet and taste make this an excellent everyday wine that is also ideal for blending.
|Montepulciano d’Abruzzo DOCG Colline Teramane||
Accorded the quality guaranteed DOCG label in 2002. It is marketed 2 years after production, and after 3 years as Colline Tremane Reserve.
|Pecorino grapes and Pecorino wine||
Indigenous variety, probably originated from Le Marche, recently rediscovered and nowadays grown also in the heart of Abruzzo.
Of uncertain origin – Le Marche and Abruzzo – this is a very versatile wine and adapts to different forms of viticulture.
Different varieties of this grape are grown throughout Italy. Suitable for adding body, fragrance and finesse to blended wines.
|Chardonnay grapes and Chardonnay wine||
Originally from France, this grape is used for quality wines as varietal or is blended to enhance more ordinary wines.
|Sangiovese grapes and Sangiovese wine||
The Sangiovese grape from the vineyards of Abruzzo or Le Marche can be used as base for red wines, and for concentrated or sulphured musts, or to produce simple table wines.