Crafted from grapes grown in the Canzano vineyard, in the heart of the Colline Teramane area, Abruzzo region of Italy.
Truly an optimal vineyard location with textured soils of clay, sand and stone and a climate with constant cooling breezes due, in part, to Gran Sasso at nearly 10,000 ft. elevation. The grapes are harvested by hand. Fermentation takes place for 6-7 days followed by a resting period of approximately four months.
Select hand-picked grapes are carefully air dried
on wooden racks for 100 days. Traditional
pressing and fermentation are followed by a
minimum of 3 years in aged Slavonian oak casks.
Cerasuolo d’Abruzzo offers a beautiful medley of fruit flavors and highlights strawberries and cherries. A well-balanced wine with good structure.
Color: Shimmering ruby.
Bouquet: Dried fruits, raisins, cherry compote
with cocoa notes.
Taste: Round and full bodied; deep fruit flavors
and supple tannins; a cinnamon spice finish.
Enjoy as an aperitif with assorted light cheeses or even as an accompaniment to oven baked fish dishes.