2014 Castellum Vetus Montepulciano d'Abruzzo
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Started in 1987, the Azienda Agricola Centorame is situated in Casoli d’Atri about 5 km from the sea, at an altitude of 180 meters. In the first years, 90 vines were planted, of which the majority were Montepulciano. In 2002, Lamberto Vannucci decided to modernize the operation, and soon doubled the capacity of the vineyards. He continues to grow the property with the practice of estate-grown wines that come from native vines. The label Castellum Vetus refers to the ancient castle of Duchi d’Acquaviva, who lived in the Casoli area in the 14th century. The Castellum Vetus Montepulciano boasts Abruzzo’s first DOCG ranking, “Colline Teramane.
The Centorame Castellum Vetus Montepulciano boasts Abruzzo’s first ever DOCG ranking, 'Colline Teramane.' Centorame Castellum Vetus Montepulciano d’Abruzzo is characterized by a ruby red color with deep violet reflections and highlights. It has an invigorating aroma of blackberry and blueberry, with hints of vanilla and cocoa. The palate is rich and fruity with well-integrated tannins.
Italy, Abruzzo, Colline Teramane DOCG
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