Valentini – Trebbiano d’Abruzzo – 2010
In the small town Loreto Aprutino, in the province of Pescara, the Valentini family of Spanish origin has lived since 1600. Wine, oil, vinegar and wheat have always been produced in this vast property and from the early 1900s Edoardo Valentini decided to focus on the production of quality wines. Today the company is in the hands of his son Francesco Paolo who defines himself as a true farmer, he likes to make good wine without many frills, the most important work is done in the vineyard where the plants are treated in a maniacal way and in the cellar the wine it always ages in large barrels. The grapes grown are native to the Abruzzo region: Trebbiano and Montepulciano from these two vines are produced three incredible wines only in the best years or in any case only when Francesco Paolo believes they are 100% harmonious!
Trebbiano D’Abruzzo is a vine that has been present in these areas for more than a thousand years, it is found only in Abruzzo and it is a quite complicated grape to grow in fact the wine of the Valentini winery is perhaps the only one in the world capable of withstand a long aging without losing complexity. An unfiltered, non-concentrated, non-barreled white, in short, a true non-raped wine that best represents the territory, in fact in 2012 the Trebbiano d’Abruzzo from the Valentini winery was recognized as the best wine in Italy! Seeing is believing!
Productive Notes: Fermentation in 55-hectolitre oak barrels where it then rests for 2 years.
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Wine naturally contains solphites
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