Cerasuolo is the wine that was once offered to guests to welcome them and to demonstrate how good they had been during the harvest. The grapes are those of the youngest rows of the estate and they are hand-picked and crushed-destemmed and the must is left in contact with the skins for about 8 hours and then vinified in white. It is then left to ferment at a controlled temperature in stainless steel where it remains until January/February, when it is bottled. Splendid pink reflections and light fruity and floral aromas, typical of the variety, are confirmed on the palate. Fresh, fruity and savory, it always invites you to the next sip.
Classification: Colline Pescaresi IGP
Production Area: Loreto Aprutino
Grape Variety: Montepulciano 100%
Altitude: 250 m.a.s.l.
Farming Method: Integrated farming
Training Method: Pergola abruzzese
Year of Implantation: 2011
Yield per Hectare: 14.000 kg per Ha
Harvest Period: End ofSeptember
Serving Temperature: 10°C