Vere Novo

A unique Montepulciano d'Abruzzo

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Vere Novo

A unique Montepulciano d'Abruzzo

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Pre-Order And Get The Special Price

€29,00 €42,00

€29,00

€42,00

A Return To The Origins

We wanted to give new value to the ancient "Whole Bunch" winemaking technique, the traditional method of making wine before the destemmers took over in the 1980s.

A return to the origins, an unconventional process that makes the most of what nature is able to offer, creating a wine rich in aromas and flavors that best express our land, the Abruzzo region.

A Return To The Origins

We wanted to give new value to the ancient "Whole Bunch" winemaking technique, the traditional method of making wine before the destemmers took over in the 1980s.

A return to the origins, an unconventional process that makes the most of what nature is able to offer, creating a wine rich in aromas and flavors that best express our land, the Abruzzo region.

The Whole Bunch Process

Hand picking and selection of the best Montepulciano grapes in the vineyard

Fermentation and maceration in stainless steel tanks with the inclusion of about 30% whole bunches with gentle pumping over and délestage, with a temperature around 26-28°C.

Retention on lees and maturation in stainless steel for about 18 months before bottling

Filtration and bottling

The Whole Bunch Process

Hand picking and selection of the best Montepulciano grapes in the vineyard

Fermentation and maceration in stainless steel tanks with the inclusion of about 30% whole bunches with gentle pumping over and délestage, with a temperature around 26-28°C.

Retention on lees and maturation in stainless steel for about 18 months before bottling

Filtration and bottling

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Production area: Casal Thaulero, Roseto degli Abruzzi - Teramo

Variety composition: Montepulciano D’Abruzzo 100%
Exposure: South, South-West

Position of the land: Hilly, 100 m a.s.l.

Vine training system: Spurred cordon

Nature of the soil: Medium-textured clay (red clay), well-exposed

Harvest period: Second and third week of October

Aging: 18 months in stainless steel

Color: Clear, purplish red with violet reflections

Smell: Broad, quite intense, quite complex, fine and fruity with hints of black cherry jams and ripe cherries in alcohol, slightly herbaceous

Taste: Dry, warm, soft, quite fresh, savory, tannic and balanced by
softness.

Alcohol volume: 14.50%

Food pairings: Vegetable soups, egg pasta with meat sauces, red meats, pork, lamb, and aged cheeses, excellent for aperitifs with cold cuts of meats and cheeses

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