Cerasuolo D’Abruzzo, which from 2010 is the first designation in Italy dedicated exclusively to rosé, is a wine obtained from Montepulciano grapes using a particular vinification technique, which limits the period of fermentation in the presence of the skins to a few hours or through “white” vinification.

This is an ancient method, widely used in the land of Abruzzo, which over the years has undergone a constant technical evolution while remaining strongly tied to tradition.

Its extraordinary freshness combined with the elegance of its fragrances makes Cerasuolo d’Abruzzo a particularly lovely and fascinating wine. Its aroma is pleasant, delicately winy, fruity and intense; its flavor is dry, soft, harmonious and gentle, with an almond aftertaste.


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