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  • BIANCO LAZIO IGP

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    The basic requirements for the recognition of an IGT wine are the following: its production takes place in the respective geographical indication, at least 85% of the grapes used for its production come exclusively from this geographical area and with an indication of the organoleptic characteristics. The requirements are less strict than those required for wines with denomination of origin (DOC). The IGT is important because it is the first step (in the pyramid) that separates the wine without indication (table wine) from the wine with an indication.

  • CHARDONNAY IGT TERRE DI CHIETI 0.250 CL

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    Chardonnay vine variety can be used to obtain both still and sparkling wines, with high alcoholic strength and rather high acidity. The color of the wine is a light straw-yellow, its scent is typical, delicate and fruity (tropical fruits, especially pineapple), its taste is refined and harmonious. When aged, its flavor has dried fruit hints. It is especially recommended for refinement in barriques.

  • CHARDONNAY IGT TERRE DI CHIETI 375 CL

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    Chardonnay vine variety can be used to obtain both still and sparkling wines, with high alcoholic strength and rather high acidity. The color of the wine is a light straw-yellow, its scent is typical, delicate and fruity (tropical fruits, especially pineapple), its taste is refined and harmonious. When aged, its flavor has dried fruit hints. It is especially recommended for refinement in barriques.

  • GIFT PACK

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    GIFT PACK MAGNUM 3 LT WITH  SEAL WAX

    GIFT PACK WITH 750 ML BOTTLES

  • MONTEPULCIANO D’ABRUZZO DOP

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    Montepulciano d’Abruzzo is a native vine varieties with a very deep ruby red color and, when aged, it turns to maroon and orange. Its aroma is very strong and persistent with a scent of ripe red fruits and peculiar hints of marasca cherry, plum, wither rose, licorice and vanilla. It has a dry, warm and soft flavour.

  • MONTEPULCIANO D’ABRUZZO DOP ARMONIE

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    Montepulciano d’Abruzzo is a local vine varieties with a very deep ruby red color that, when aged, tends to maroon and orange shades. Its aroma is very strong and persistent scenting of ripe red fruits with peculiar hints of marasca cherry, plum, wither rose, licorice and vanilla. Its taste is dry, warm and soft.

  • PASSERINA TERRE DI CHIETI IGP

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    It is a white-berried, very old vine variety native of Central Italy. Its name derives from the rather small size of its grapes and from the fact that sparrows (“passeri” in Italian) often peck them. Its original territory is probably the Adriatic coast in Abruzzo and Marche, then its cultivation moved also to the South of Lazio. It belongs to the large family of Trebbiano.

  • PECORINO IGP TERRE DI CHIETI

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    Pecorino is native of Marche and the province of L’Aquila and is more likely cultivated in the cool hilly regions. It tends to an early maturation, the grape harvest usually takes place in the very first days of September. Its bunch is medium-sized, slightly sparse and can have a wing. Its grapes are small or medium in size and yellow colored with green reflections, highly scented, with a good alcohol content and a considerable level of acidity

  • ROSSO LAZIO IGP

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    The basic requirements for the recognition of an IGT wine are the following: its production takes place in the respective geographical indication, at least 85% of the grapes used for its production come exclusively from this geographical area and with an indication of the organoleptic characteristics. The requirements are less strict than those required for wines with denomination of origin (DOC). The IGT is important because it is the first step (in the pyramid) that separates the wine without indication (table wine) from the wine with an indication.

  • SYRAH LAZIO IGP

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    Syrah, or Shiraz, is a red grape variety with controversial origins: some, in fact, believe that its origin is in Iran near the city of Shiraz, while others think that its historical roots are linked to the territory of Syracuse, from which it would then be dispersed before being reintroduced in Italy from neighboring France

  • TREBBIANO D’ABRUZZO DOP

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    Trebbiano is a white-berried variety. The product derived from this variety is a light wine to be consumed preferably within a year from its harvest.

  • MONTEPULCIANO D’ABRUZZO DOP 0.250 CL

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    Montepulciano d’Abruzzo is a native vine varieties with a very deep ruby red color and, when aged, it turns to maroon and orange. Its aroma is very strong and persistent with a scent of ripe red fruits and peculiar hints of marasca cherry, plum, wither rose, licorice and vanilla. It has a dry, warm and soft flavour.

  • MONTEPULCIANO D’ABRUZZO DOP 0.375 CL

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    Montepulciano d’Abruzzo is a native vine varieties with a very deep ruby red color and, when aged, it turns to maroon and orange. Its aroma is very strong and persistent with a scent of ripe red fruits and peculiar hints of marasca cherry, plum, wither rose, licorice and vanilla. It has a dry, warm and soft flavour.

  • TREBBIANO D’ABRUZZO DOP 0.250 CL

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    Trebbiano is a white-berried variety. The product derived from this variety is a light wine to be consumed preferably within a year from its harvest.

  • TREBBIANO D’ABRUZZO DOP 0.375 CL

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    Trebbiano is a white-berried variety. The product derived from this variety is a light wine to be consumed preferably within a year from its harvest.