Abruzzo

The Abruzzo

our Abruzzo selection by Winemaker / Estate...

A rural economy in a region with a little skiing and a lot of beach.  The most famous wine is Montepulciano d’Abruzzo, a blanket DOC that includes great and not so great wine.  There is a fashion to barrique age the Montepulciano wine and it works well, there is a cost though and these wines can lose their individuality.

Cococciola makes a supper-fresh light white and some of the top Trebbiano d’Abruzzo is excellent.  Avoid Valentini, overpriced and over-rated 

 

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  1. Frentana. Montepulciano 'Frentano' 2015

    Deeply flavoured, energetic wine with damson and black cherry fruit.  A boisterous, puppy of a red, always willing to please.


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  2. Frentana. Rosato 'Costa dei Trabocchi' 2015

    Fantasticly delicate pink that still manages to drink more like a red.


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  3. Casale Mosella. Extra Virgin Olive Oil 50cl

    Casale Mosella. Extra Virgin Olive Oil 50cl


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    £9.00
  4. Frentana. Cococciola 2016

    A fantastically chilled wine, somehow it tastes like it has made no effort at all, just thrown together zesty, white floral flavours in perfect balance, slight and fine, an enticing white.


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  5. Frentana. Montepulciano d'Abruzzo Riserva 'Rubesto' 2010

    Damson and sloe, deeply flavoured full wine with elements of mocha, balsamic, pepper, even slightly floral.


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