The Monovarietali line proposes an excellent interpretation of the wealth of characteristics of the winegrowing areas where it is cultivated, applying innovation and enology to exalt the varietal expression of the native grape varieties. Of course, the market is the ineluctable testing arena.

The choice of vineyards to produce I Monovarietali embraces a broad range of criteria to ensure typicity. After the fermentation, it is the subsequent development in stainless steel that preserves the freshness and aromatic integrity typical of white grape varieties and of Cerasuolo d’Abruzzo. An exception is made for Montepulciano d’Abruzzo, which must be aged in oak to bring out its full potential.

I Monovarietali are also a response to change in mentality in the winemaking business in recent years: although operating in a relatively conservative, traditionalist sector, it must now learn to listen better to the needs and desires of the consumer.

Codice Vino knows that the success of I Monovarietali will depend not only on the spread of a new culture of taste and fine living, but also on an experiential relationship with the wine, a harmonious rapport with the surrounding territory, and how the product is narrated.


Wines

Montepulciano
d'Abruzzo

Denomination

Abruzzo Montepulciano

Vintage

2017

Production Area

Chieti

Pecorino

Denomination

Pecorino Abruzzo

Vintage

2018

Production Area

Chieti

Passerina

Denomination

Passerina Abruzzo

Vintage

2018

Production Area

Chieti

Cerasuolo
d'Abruzzo

Denomination

Abruzzo Cerasuolo

Vintage

2018

Production Area

Chieti

Brut

Denomination

Abruzzo Spumante Bianco Brut 36 Mesi

Vintage

2015

Production area

Chieti

Rosé

Denomination

Abruzzo Spumante Rosè Brut 36 Mesi

Vintage

2015

Production Area

Chieti