Abruzzo

The Abruzzo

Native Vines:

Red

• Montepulciano
 

White

Trebbiano
Passerina (Biancame, Bianchello)
Cococciola
Pecorino
 
Important Wines
• Montepulciano d’Abruzzo Colline Teramane

 

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.

 

our Abruzzo selection by Winemaker / Estate...

Caveat
Bat and Bottle is Emma and me, there are no teams of copywriters or agencies helping us out and we are constantly limited by time.  For excellent sources of information go to my blog where I have embedded useful links.  These scribblings are personal and flawed. 

 

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  1. Frentana. Rosato 'Costa dei Trabocchi' 2015

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


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  2. 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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  3. Frentana. Rosso 'Torre Vinaria'

    A big softy of a wine, velvety berry fruit, cassis, and a whiff of smoke.


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  4. Casale Mosella. Extra Virgin Olive Oil 50cl

    Casale Mosella. Extra Virgin Olive Oil 50cl


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  5. Frentana. Cococciola 2015

    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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