COSTE DI MORO - Montepulciano

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IT23
Vintage: 2013

COSTE DI MORO - MONTEPULCIANO D'ABRUZZO DOC - Abruzzo, ITALY

A Ruby red colour with slight purplish hues. The bouquet is complex, spicy, ample and robust, with hints of earth, meadows and hay. Notes of blueberry, blackberry and well ripened black fruits, linger on the exquisite palate. Full bodied with an excellent roundness and very grippy, high tannins, a good, smooth concentration and long finish.

Vintage in image may vary. Refer to wine facts for current vintage.

RM95.00
Country ITALY Region Abruzzo Grape Varietal Montepulciano

Product Description

Description

Impenetrable ruby red color, the nose is intense of red fruit and black cherry jam, light notes of cocoa and toasted complete its bouquet. The palate is warm, fairly tannic, soft, intense, with the typical almond finish. Pair with cured meats, grilled and baked meats, pasta dishes. Vintage in image may vary. Refer to wine facts for current vintage.

How to pair it

  • Meat Cured meats (ham, salami etc.), grilled and baked meats,pasta dishes with very elaborated sauces.

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Wine Facts

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Product Type Red Wine
Grape Varietal Montepulciano
Vintage 2013
Region Abruzzo
Country ITALY
Winemakers Camillo Zulli
Producer Lunaria By Cantina Orsogna
Average Age of Vines 30 years
Production 120 q/ha
Harvest Method By hand or mechanical
Fermentation and Maceration Fermentation with indigenous yeasts; maceration for 10-15 days at a constant temperature of 25 / 28°C.
Aging Part in oak barrels and part in stainless steel tanks for at least four months. Ageing in bottle follows.
Nose Attribute Chocolate, Dark Fruit
SKU IT23

Vineyard Info

Cantina Orsogna was settled in 1964 as a local growers cooperative and it constantly grew over the years. Today it counts 500 partners and a total vine surface of 1,100 hectares. The winery is located in Abruzzo region in the municipality of Orsogna at 450 m. a.s.l., half way between Majella national park and Adriatic sea. This beneficial position guarantees quality and healthy grapes, in fact 80 % of the production is certified organic and 40% is also certified biodynamic from Demeter. Over the years the winery became the largest producer of organic and biodynamic wines in south center Italy.

The COSTE DI MORO Montepulciano is grown partly in pergola Abruzzese and partly in Guyot structure at an altitude between 300 and 450 m a.s.l.

The Hills of Valdobbiadene, from 200 meters (600ft) to 400 meters

The Hills of Valdobbiadene, from 200 meters (600ft) to 400 meters

Description

Impenetrable ruby red color, the nose is intense of red fruit and black cherry jam, light notes of cocoa and toasted complete its bouquet. The palate is warm, fairly tannic, soft, intense, with the typical almond finish. Pair with cured meats, grilled and baked meats, pasta dishes. Vintage in image may vary. Refer to wine facts for current vintage.

How to pair it

  • Meat Cured meats (ham, salami etc.), grilled and baked meats,pasta dishes with very elaborated sauces.

Awards

More Information
Product Type Red Wine
Grape Varietal Montepulciano
Vintage 2013
Region Abruzzo
Country ITALY
Winemakers Camillo Zulli
Producer Lunaria By Cantina Orsogna
Average Age of Vines 30 years
Production 120 q/ha
Harvest Method By hand or mechanical
Fermentation and Maceration Fermentation with indigenous yeasts; maceration for 10-15 days at a constant temperature of 25 / 28°C.
Aging Part in oak barrels and part in stainless steel tanks for at least four months. Ageing in bottle follows.
Nose Attribute Chocolate, Dark Fruit
SKU IT23

Cantina Orsogna was settled in 1964 as a local growers cooperative and it constantly grew over the years. Today it counts 500 partners and a total vine surface of 1,100 hectares. The winery is located in Abruzzo region in the municipality of Orsogna at 450 m. a.s.l., half way between Majella national park and Adriatic sea. This beneficial position guarantees quality and healthy grapes, in fact 80 % of the production is certified organic and 40% is also certified biodynamic from Demeter. Over the years the winery became the largest producer of organic and biodynamic wines in south center Italy.

The COSTE DI MORO Montepulciano is grown partly in pergola Abruzzese and partly in Guyot structure at an altitude between 300 and 450 m a.s.l.

The Hills of Valdobbiadene, from 200 meters (600ft) to 400 meters

The Hills of Valdobbiadene, from 200 meters (600ft) to 400 meters