Cerasuolo d'Abruzzo is one of the most prestigious and appreciated types of rosé wine, produced from the Montepulciano black grape variety. Its history often overlaps with that of Montepulciano d'Abruzzo and only the methods of production differentiate them. In fact, Cerasuolo is obtained from the white vinification of red grapes with more or less lengthy macerations that give it different tones and aromas. Its success is linked to historic names such as Emidio Pepe and Valentini, who discovered its fine qualities after long ageing in the bottle. In fact, it is one of the most durable rosés in the world because it contains a large number of antioxidants that allow it to reach its full potential after a long period. Alongside these complex and intense versions, there are also numerous simpler and more direct variants, characterised by a mouth-watering cherry note and an overwhelming and inviting freshness that accompanies the taste and makes it unique and unparalleled.
Rosé wine with a color tending to lively orange. Awakens the olfactory profile with fruity notes of strawberry, raspberry and currant. The mouthfeel is fresh and balanced intense and persistent