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Vines Trebbiano ( %)

Color: Straw yellow

Smell: Intense perfume, with hints of tropical fruit and wild flowers

Taste: very intense fruity aromas with aromatic notes of fresh yellow fruit, apple, apricot and hints of iris.

Food matches: Excellent as an aperitif, on cute white or on seafood dishes.

Strongly desired by Marina Cvetic, the Gianni Masciarelli line was born in 2014 as a dedication to her life partner and professional challenges. Composed of Montepulciano, Trebbiano and Cerasuolo d’Abruzzo DOC, it is produced with the finest grapes from the vineyards of Loreto Aprutino (in the province of Pescara), an area particularly suited thanks to its excellent exposure and significant temperature range.

First year of production: 2013
Number of bottles produced: 30,000
Municipality of production and vineyard altitude: Loreto Aprutino (Cocciapazza and Remartello), 350 meters above sea level.
Type of soil of the vineyards: clayey on average calcareous
Training system: Simple Guyot Abruzzo pergola
Harvest period: 25th - 30th September
Vinification: in stainless steel tanks, at controlled temperature. Aging in stainless steel

Masciarelli

MASCIARELLI Tenute Agricole was born in 1981 from the entrepreneurial intuition of Gianni Masciarelli, a symbol of the Italian wine scene and protagonist of the affirmation of modern Abruzzese viticulture. The beating heart of the winery is San Martino sulla Marrucina, in the province of Chieti, and has vineyards and olive groves owned in the 4 provinces of Abruzzo. The wine production - which is also accompanied by a small production of extra virgin olive oil - today has 18 labels and 5 product lines: Classic Line, Gianni Masciarelli, Villa Gemma, Marina Cvetic and Castello di Semivicoli. In the sign of constant and renewed work in the name of innovation but respecting the environment and tradition, the Masciarelli company inaugurated, after a long conservative restoration, the Semivicoli Castle, a seventeenth-century baronial palace today a relais de charme among the vineyards, driving force of wine tourism in the area.

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