Atilia Montepulciano d'Abruzzo 2021

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From grapes grown on 30-50-year-old vines that were hand-harvested and fermented with wild yeast for 2 weeks on the skins. This wine is dark, mature, and tangy in all the best ways. A good hint of acidity with a touch of cocoa on the finish.

Notes of herbs, currants, black cherry, and cocoa.

ABV:

  • 12.4%

Vintage:

  • 2018

Type:

  • Red

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Pairings

Barbecue, Pizza, Charcuterie

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Varietal

Montepulciano

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Adventure Level

Mostly Classic

Region

Abruzzo, Italy

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The Producer

About Cantina Jasci

The Jasci family has been crafting wine for three generations, with a relentless focus on achieving the utmost quality in every bottle.
The passion for winemaking originated with grandfather Pasquale and his wife Maria in the 1960s. It grew over the years under the stewardship of their son Giuseppe and his wife Irma, who transitioned to organic farming in 1980. Since the early 1990s, this commitment has been passed down to Donatello Jasci and his wife Piera, who now lead the company with the guidance and involvement of their predecessors, bringing with them a wealth of experience and wisdom.
The Jasci winemaking philosophy is rooted in eco-sustainability, respecting the environment while blending tradition and decades of experience to create wines that are truly special. - Minum Selectios

About the Region

Abruzzo, Italy

In the picturesque region of Abruzzo, Italy, nestled between the Apennine Mountains and the Adriatic Sea, winemaking traditions run deep. While perhaps not as widely recognized on the global stage as some other Italian wine regions, Abruzzo boasts a rich viticultural heritage, producing a diverse array of wines that reflect its unique terroir and climate. From the robust reds of Montepulciano d'Abruzzo to the crisp whites of Trebbiano d'Abruzzo, the wines of Abruzzo showcase the region's commitment to quality and tradition. In recent years, there has been a growing interest in organic and sustainable viticulture among Abruzzo's winemakers, as they seek to preserve the natural beauty of the land and produce wines that resonate with modern consumers. With its blend of ancient winemaking techniques and forward-thinking practices, Abruzzo continues to captivate wine lovers around the world with its distinctive and memorable wines.

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