Montepulciano Mala Preta

Montepulciano Mala Preta

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Tipology: Montepulciano d’Abruzzo DOC Grapevine: Abruzzo Montepulciano Area of... more
Product information "Montepulciano Mala Preta"

Tipology: Montepulciano d’Abruzzo DOC

Grapevine: Abruzzo Montepulciano
Area of Cultivation: Chieti Territory, in Southern Abruzzo

Altitude: 300 meters above sea - level

Vinification
“In rosso” or rather after the first pressing, the grapes are conveyed to stainless steel tanks where they remain on the skins in order to extract all the substances contained in them. Subsequently the wine is aged in oak barrels from Slavonia for 4 months.

Colour: Ruby Red

Olfatto: Intense with a sense of ripe fruit. Slight hint of spices.

Flavour: Well balanced and harmonious, full and savoury, tannic enough. Full-bodied.

Serving suggestions
Should de served at: 18-20° C. Ideal with strong first courses or meat dishes.

"Montepulciano Mala Preta"
Contains sulfites: Yes
Region: Abruzzo
Grape: Montepulciano
Manufacturer: Terre di Poggio
Quantity: 0,75 ltr

Terre di Poggio

The Terre di Poggio winery is located in Poggiofiorito, a territory with a strong wine-growing vocation thanks to the favourable climatic conditions and the soil: 300 metres above sea level, a few kilometres from the Adriatic and the Maiella massif behind. The winery, with an area of 25 hectares planted with rows of native vines and new varieties, in recent years has wanted to continue the ancient tradition in a path of quality 'that has brought success and recognition together with a high level of satisfaction from the most' demanding consumers. The wines, of excellent quality, are the result of the most modern oenological techniques, but above all they are the indissoluble result with the territory and the patrimony of the founder, Destro Carulli, oenologist with a long and proven experience. The history, the landscape, the climate and the intrinsic characteristics of the soil give these wines a unique personality and identity.

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