Cerasuolo d'Abruzzo Valle Reale 2021

Serve at: 10°-12°C
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Type Rosè Wine
Grapes Montepulciano
Varietal Montepulciano d'Abruzzo Cerasuolo D.O.C.
Vintage 2021
Alcohol 12.5%
Cellar Valle Reale
Dimension 0,75 l
Agricolture natural yeasts
Country Italy
Region Abruzzo
Pairings Fresh Cheese, Seafood, Baked Blue Fish
contiene solfiti / contains Sulphites

Cerasuolo d'Abruzzo Valle Reale is elaborated as to be regulated with Montepulciano which is vinified in white with contact of the skins for a few hours. The vineyards of origin of the grapes are the beautiful environments where Valle REale is located, or in the intersection of the three Abruzzo parks: the Gran Sasso National Park and the Monti della Laga to the north, the Majella National Park to the south and the Regional Natural Park del Sirente-Velino to the north west. The fermentation of the grapes takes place in steel containers with indigenous yeasts. With the pié de Couve technique, several concomitant fermentations are completed, to then create a single cut that makes up the vintage Cerasuolo. Developed for the table and supported by the strength and substance of Montepulciano.

Three Senses
Cerasuolo d'Abruzzo Valle Reale highlights the color and aroma from which the wine takes its name. The typical color of cherry peel, with the red fruit also recalled on the nose together with the berries. The structure of Cerasuolo d'Abruzzo is known and here it stands out with a dry taste and a consistent volume.
Agricolture natural yeasts

Valle Reale

Valle Reale

Valle Reale Farm is located in the mountains of Abruzzo in the heart of the most beautiful national parks of the Heart of Italy. The 46 hectares of vineyards are located in the Gran Sasso National Park, the Majella Park and the Laga Park. The magical environment  characterizes wines, in a natural context of temperature range and lean and pebbly soils with medium and small rocks. The company is entirely under organic farming, including in the fruit and vegetable growing sector. Leonardo Pizzolo has launched this project, thinking exclusively of a farming of essential and respectful biodynamic philosophies. The vineyards are subdivided into small plots of real cru, which are individually vinified to enhance the peculiarities of wine. As the estate took its name from the route the royal family used to go hunting, the vineyards named Popoli, the Vineyard of Convento di Capestrano, San Calisto, take their name from their place of origin.

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Una mia passione ritrovata, in un vino che ha note speziate calde che restituiscono il sole del mediterraneo
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