80% Montepulciano, 20% other red grape varieties.
Some of the company's oldest (over 40 years), using the traditional pergola training system of Abruzzo.
Calcareous marl mingled with much soil skeleton.
Maceration on the skins in stainless steel tanks with indigenous yeasts, without temperature control. Malolactic fermentation takes place in large Slavonian oak barrels.
24 months in Slavonian oak barrels and French oak barriques, a third of them new.
An intense and fragrant red wine with a distinct character.
Deep ruby red in colour. Aromas of dark red fruit with hints of blackberries, blueberries, sour black cherries and violets, with spicy nuances of liquorice, vanilla and smoky sensations. When refined, it develops hints of undergrowth, tar and leather.
0,375L, 0,75L, 1,5L, 3L
|Medaglia di bronzo International Wine Challenge 2019|
|Medaglia d’oro Challenge International du Vin 2017|
|Medaglia d'oro AWC Vienna 2016|
|Medaglia d'argento International Wine Guide Awards 2016|
ZURLE: THE ENERGY OF YOUTH
It is a festive occasion in the village. People are laughing, wine is flowing, the orchestra is playing and the streets echo with young girls’ ‘zurle’. What is ‘zurle’? In the dialect of Abruzzo, the term refers to the boisterous fun, liveliness and energy typical of children. Such merriment arises, above all, from music because ‘zurla’ is the name of a gypsy musical instrument, the ancestor of the oboe and the shawm.
The word ‘zurle’ expresses energy, genuine cheerfulness and a sunny, friendly and sincere disposition. It is the character of this Rosso d’Abruzzo. On the festive occasion described above, it is the ideal accompaniment to meat roasted outdoors, under a pergola overlooking hills.
A genuine wine that is everything but trivial. Made from selected grapes, enhanced with many intense aromas of fruit with subtle spicy hints, rich, vigorous and with an excellent structure, it acquires its character from a land that has always been dedicated to vine-growing: the Frentane hills, between the Maiella massif and the sea, the sacred heart of the Abruzzo winemaking tradition.