Tasting: Medium-bodied, dry. Deep color and a nose of ripe berries. The palate shows black fruit and dark cherry. Plenty of acidity, soft tannins, and a touch of licorice and bitter herb on the finish.
Grape: 100% Montepulciano
Region: Abruzzo, Italy
Farming: Certified Organic
Vinification: This delicious wine comes from 15-20 year old vines trained using the ancient method of trellising, known as "pergola." They are planted to clay-rich soils, hand-harvested and wild yeast fermented for 2 weeks on the skins in stainless tanks. After a light fining and filtering, the wine is bottled. It offers rich, bright plum and cherries, with a lip-smacking finish.
About the Winemaker: Jasci family has been producing wine for three generations, focusing all efforts on the pursuit of the absolute quality of every bottle. A passion for wine that was born with grandfather Pasquale and his wife Maria in the '60s, growing over the years thanks to his son Giuseppe and his wife Irma, who gave the historic turn of the organic in 1980, handed down since the early '90s to Donatello Jasci and his wife Piera, who lead the company with the help and participation of their predecessors who still bring experience and wisdom.