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Trebbiano d’Abruzzo “Frentano”, Cantina Sociale Frentana 2019
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The Frentana Winery in Rocca San Giovanni was one of the first Wine Growers Cooperatives in Abruzzo, founded towards the end of the 1950's. The modern wine making systems have been successfully and harmoniously integrated with the historical and architectural surroundings of the vineyard that is dominated by a large wine filled tower which gives the winery an extremely unique and original touch.
Pale yellow in colour, the nose is delicate and fresh with hints of white flowers, peach and apple-blossom fruit. The palate is attractively fresh with notes of yellow plums, pears and apples.
Producer Cantina Frentana
Origin Rocca San Giovanni, South west of Pescara, Abruzzo, Italy
Alcohol 12.5% ABV
Style Medium body entry level white
Bottle size 750ml
Winemaking Soft Pressing, fermented with selected yeasts at low temperature. Aged in stainless steel tanks for 4-5 months with occasional lees stirring