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Trabocchetto

PECORINO COLLINE PESCARESI
indicazione geografica protetta

The term Trabocchetto was selected for its historical importance to the Abruzzi’s fishing tradition. According to local historians, the Trabocco (or Trabucco) was a fishing innovation imported from the Middle East with literature references dating back to the 18th century. These ancient fishing machines were quickly adopted throughout the Adriatic Coast.

Area of Production:
Loreto Aprutino (PE)
Grape Varieties:
Pecorino 100%
Soil:
Limestone clay
Altitude:
300 meters above sea level
Training system:
Guyot
Vineyard Planting Year:
2004-2011
Bottles produced:
60.000
Size:
750 ml

Aternum

TREBBIANO D’ABRUZZO
denominazione di origine controllata

The link to the Abruzzi region, to its history, and our roots represents the basis for the selection of all the names of Talamonti wines. Therefore the choice to link the Trebbiano d’Abruzzo, prince white grape of the Abruzzi, to one of the most important landmarks of the area was clear.

Area of Production:
Loreto Aprutino (PE)
Grape Varieties:
Trebbiano Abruzzese 100%
Soil:
Limestone clay
Altitude:
300 meters above sea level
Training system:
Overhead trellis
Vineyard Planting Year:
1975-1980
Bottles produced:
6.000
Size:
750 ml

Tre Saggi

MONTEPULCIANO D’ABRUZZO
denominazione di origine controllata

Our link to the Abruzzi region, to its history, and our roots represent the basis for all the names selected for Talamonti wines. Therefore, the choice to link the Montepulciano d’Abruzzo grape, the region’s prince red grape to one of the region’s most important landmarks was obvious.

Area of Production:
Loreto Aprutino (PE)
Grape Varieties:
Montepulciano d’Abruzzo 100%
Soil:
Limestone clay
Altitude:
300 meters above sea level
Training system:
Overhead trellis
Vineyard Planting Year:
1995-2002
Bottles produced:
50.000
Size:
750 ml – 1500 ml – 3000 ml

Kudos

COLLINE PESCARESI
indicazione geografica protetta

In this case, the decision not to link the name to the Abruzzi region was clear right from the start. The name “Kudos” was selected in order to transmit the message that our best parcel of Montepulciano d’Abruzzo and Merlot are blended together to produce our pinnacle wine. We wanted a non-Italian name to clearly communicate that there was a non-traditional varietal in the blend.

Area of Production:
Loreto Aprutino (PE)
Grape Varieties:
Montepulciano 70% Merlot 30%
Soil:
Limestone clay
Altitude:
300 meters above sea level
Training system:
Guyot-Overhead trellis
Vineyard Planting Year:
1995-2000
Bottles produced:
13.000
Size:
750 ml – 1500 ml – 3000 ml – 6000 ml – 9000 ml

Trebì

TREBBIANO D’ABRUZZO
denominazione di origine controllata

A pale straw colour with light green hues hint to its freshness. Its rich bouquet expresses floral aromas greatly enhanced by hints of apple and peach, closing on the palate with a clean and refreshing finale.The result is a crisp and mineral wine of character.

Area of Production:
Loreto Aprutino (PE)
Grape Varieties:
Trebbiano Abruzzese 100%
Soil:
Limestone clay
Altitude:
300 meters above sea level
Training system:
Overhead trellis
Vineyard Planting Year:
2003-2012
Bottles produced:
100.000
Size:
750 ml

Rosè

CERASUOLO D’ABRUZZO
denominazione di origine controllata

Bold, fresh and highly enjoyable, this contemporary expression of Abruzzo, where local roots bring together and inspire, and never to restrict. The eye catches a bright and intense colour; the bouquet is dominated by intense notes of red berries with a fresh hint of underripe Marasca cherry. 

Area of Production:
Loreto Aprutino (PE)
Grape Varieties:
Montepulciano d’Abruzzo 100%
Soil:
Limestone clay
Altitude:
300 meters above sea level
Training system:
Overhead trellis
Vineyard Planting Year:
2003-2010
Bottles produced:
30.000
Size:
750 ml

Modà

MONTEPULCIANO D’ABRUZZO
denominazione di origine controllata

Multiple nuances of violet blend with intense and persistent aromas of cherry, plum and fresh raspberry in a harmonious bouquet. On the palate, the rich red fruit flavours express great elegance.

Area of Production:
Loreto Aprutino (PE)
Grape Varieties:
Montepulciano d’Abruzzo 100%
Soil:
Limestone clay
Altitude:
300 meters above sea level
Training system:
Guyot-Overhead trellis
Vineyard Planting Year:
2005-2010
Bottles produced:
200.000
Size:
750 ml – 1500 ml

L’Olio

Extra Virgin Olive Oil
hand harvested and crushed in Loreto Aprutino

As testified by archaeological remains found in the historic hilltop town of Loreto Aprutino, Central Italy, Extra Virgin Olive Oil has been produced locally for thousands of years. At 300 meters above sea level the native Dritta and Leccino varieties and the unique microclimate influenced by the Adriatic Sea and the Gran Sasso produce the finest extra-virgin olive oil.

Area of Production:
Loreto Aprutino (PE)
Cultivar:
Dritta (70%), Leccino (30%)
Soil:
Limestone clay, Stony soil
Altitude:
300 meters above sea level
Training system:
Vase
Planting Year:
1915-25
Bottles produced:
1.000
Size:
500 ml – 5000ml
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