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Podere San Biagio Briscola e Tressette

$34.00

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Vintage: 2021
Region: Abruzzo, Italy
Viticulture: Organic
Grape varieties: 100% Montepulciano

Podere San Biagio Briscola e Tressette is a tart and ample Cerasulo d’Abruzzo, the rosé of the Abruzzo region. Made from 100% Montepulciano and only 2 hours of skin contact before pressing off the grape skins. Not a lightweight rosé, this Cerasuolo has tart red berry and sour cherry fruit notes with bright citrus acidity and a hint of herbs.

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About Podere San Biagio Briscola e Tressette

Podere San Biagio Briscola e Tressette is a tart and ample Cerasulo d’Abruzzo, the rosé of the Abruzzo region. Made from 100% Montepulciano and only 2 hours of skin contact before pressing off the grape skins. Not a lightweight rosé, this Cerasuolo has tart red berry and sour cherry fruit notes with bright citrus acidity and a hint of herbs.

About Podere San Biagio

Located in Controguerra, on the Colline Teramane, the family-run vineyard of Podere San Biagio sits on the border between Abruzzo and Marche. Roughly 5 hectares at 300 meters above sea level, a few kilometers from the Adriatic coast, neighboring the Gran Sasso (the highest mountain in the Apennines), the influence of the sea and the mountain currents create a special microclimate well suited for ripening their grapes.

Organically run since the 1980s, the farm has since the beginning, embraced a natural and sustainable approach to agriculture. The main activity previously focused on the cultivation of abandoned ancient cereals and grains typical of the region. In 1994 the Agriturismo was born, and a few years later came their first vineyard and olive grove, in 2000 the cellar was built and the first bottles began to be produced.

Nowadays, wine is the main activity on the family farm, with son Jacopo taking the lead and concentrating on natural vinification techniques refined over the years. All of the wines are spontaneously fermented, unfiltered, and not clarified, with minimal addition of sulfites as needed.

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