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Ferzo 'Terre di Chieti' Montepulciano d'Abruzzo 2016
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This is a red wine imageFerzo 'Terre di Chieti' Montepulciano d'Abruzzo 2016

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The wines grow out of small-scale, highly selected viticultural operations in the skillful hands of local vintners, with the aim of promoting the local Abruzzo grape varieties and showcasing the Abruzzo vocation for wine-making.

The hand-harvested grapes come entirely from vineyards in the province of Chieti: a rather broad territory with a great diversity of terroirs and microclimates, each contributing unique features that produce grapes with diverse chemical and aromatic characteristics and all offering uncompromising quality.

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Item ID: #30849
Size: 750mL (wine)
Closure: Cork

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The wines grow out of small-scale, highly selected viticultural operations in the skillful hands of local vintners, with the aim of promoting the local Abruzzo grape varieties and showcasing the Abruzzo vocation for wine-making.

The hand-harvested grapes come entirely from vineyards in the province of Chieti: a rather broad territory with a great diversity of terroirs and microclimates, each contributing unique features that produce grapes with diverse chemical and aromatic characteristics and all offering uncompromising quality.

“Ferzo,” in Italian refers to a patch of fabric that, when stitched together with others, creates a sail. The union of the finest viticultural “patches” in Abruzzo gives life to Ferzo, a distinctive line of wines which embody the best of region’s indigenous grape varieties.

Deep purple with ruby reflections, this is Montepulciano d’Abruzzo at its most lovable. A perfect balance between bright sour cherry and wild berries with hints of pepper and spice, all held together by elegant tannins and palate-cleansing acidity.

With its power, presence, and tannic structure, Ferzo Montepulciano is ideal paired alongside braised meats, grilled vegetables, hardy pastas, or sharp cheeses.

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