Trebbiano D’Abruzzo DOC 2011

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id: 513
Classification:  DOC
Grape variety:  Trebbiano 85%, Malvasia 15%
Production Area:  Ortona district
Alcoholic content:  12
Region:  Abruzzo
AIS Classification:  
Wine colour:  
White
Bottle size:  0,75
Farming:  Tradizionale

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A wine with a great quality-price ratio. Clear deep straw-yellow. A full-bodied wine, quite balanced, intense and persistent.

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A wine for young consumers, quite experts and looking for great quality-price ratio’s products

  • Production technique: Soft destalking and crushing, pressing, static purification, fermentation of the must cleaned for 20 days at a temperature of 12°C
  • Serving temperature: 12-14
  • Ideal Glass: Tulipano
  • Typical characterizations: Quite intense and persistent, fruity with scents of yellow fruit (medlar and peach), floral with a scent of white flower (orange blossom). A full-bodied wine, quite balanced, intense and persistent.
  • Top Q/P: you
  • Visual examination: vivid and intense straw-yellow
  • Bottles storage: vertical
  • Cork type: Cork
  • Bottle type: Bordolese
  • Wine body: Light, fresh, young, little alcohol

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Trebbiano D’Abruzzo DOC 2011

Trebbiano D’Abruzzo DOC 2011

A wine with a great quality-price ratio. Clear deep straw-yellow. A full-bodied wine, quite balanced, intense and persistent.

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  • Farnese

    History

    It was the year 1582 when the princess Margherita of Austria, daughter of the Emperor Carlo V and wife of Ottavio Farnese, purchased for 52000 ducats the town of Ortona. Fascinated by the healthy air and the splendid lands decided immediately to build a palace on the seaside to pass long periods of rest. “Marghareta”, that’s how she loved being called, gave her lands of Abruzzi a great boost to produce refined wines, soon appreciated soon in the banquets of the main European courts. And, as a sign of gratitude for who has made them famous in the world, the farmers have maintained the Farnese name of the wines.