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4 wine(s) from Abruzzo which are good as aperitif

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  • Rosé Wine

    Cerasuolo d'Abruzzo DOC

    Cerasuolo d'Abruzzo DOC is a refreshing and full-bodied rosé wine (Rosato) made of the grape Montepulciano (85-100%) together with other local white grapes (0-15%). This wine can be extremely characterful. Its fresh fruit and acidity go perfectly with everyday pasta dishes and suppers.

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  • White Wine

    Controguerra Bianco DOC

    Controguerra Bianco DOC is produced of a combination of the grapes Trebbiano Toscano and/or Trebbiano Abruzzese (50-100%) and Passerina (0-10%) together with other authorized, local varieties (0-40%).

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  • White Wine

    Controguerra Bianco Frizzante DOC

    Controguerra Bianco Frizzante DOC is made of the same grapes as the still version, Controguerra Bianco DOC, which is Trebbiano Toscano (60-100%) and Passerina (15-100%) and other authorized, local varieties (0-25%).

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  • Spumante

    Tullum (Terre Tollesi) Spumante DOC

    This is Tullum DOC’s version of a fully sparkling Spumante. The grape composition is the same as in Tullum Bianco DOC which means the varieties of Trebbiano Toscano and/or Trebbiano Abruzzese (75-100%) with the permitted addition of other local non-aromatic (0-25%).

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