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EXTRA VIRGIN OLIVE OIL

Due Maestà Extra Virgin Olive oil organic produced to satisfy the most complex palate. Our Olive Oil is produced on the hills of Chieti, the hearth of the historical region of Abruzzo. Our ancient Olive trees are a distinctive component of our landscape and as one of the most perfect food from our history. Our Olive Oil made from hand picked Italian premium olives in Extra Virginity produced in limited quantities by our farm. Organic quality, early harvesting and an exclusive method of extraction and storage give our extra virgin Olive Oil a high phenolic content, expressed in an intense fruity flavor that is sweetly bitter and pungent with a decidedly grassy taste with true colour and deep taste, extremely...

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SANGIOVESE DUE MAESTA': THE BLOOD OF JOVE

Sangiovese wine is the essence of some of Italian iconic wines, like Chianti or Brunello di Montalcino and it's one of the most important wine grape variety grown in Italy. The name Sangiovese litteraly means "blood of Jove", Jove being the supreme god of Roman mythology. For this reason it is believed that Sangiovese grapes were cultivated by the Etruscans thousand years ago. It's a grape that has a large range of flavours, from fruity to savory: mulberry, cherry, prune, fig, cinnamon and sometimes tobacco and chestnuts. When picked at the right time Sangiovese grapes creates wine with delicious structure, high in acidity and tannins.  This acidity makes possible a perfect match with every food especially with tomato-based dishes, seafood,...

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CERASUOLO DUE MAESTA': A CHARMING ROSE' FROM ABRUZZO

Cerasuolo d'Abruzzo is produced from Montepulciano d'Abruzzo grapes using a different wine-making method: a shorter contact time between the fermenting juice and the red grape skins. It is an ancient method very used in Abruzzo countryside that has technically evolved over the years. The result is the attractive cherry red colour and the "Cerasuolo" name that it means "cherry" in Italian. The Cerasuolo d'Abruzzo DOC title is for wines composed at least of 85% of Montepulciano d'Abruzzo grapes. Cerasuolo Due Maestà is different from other rosè produced in others regions of Italy thanks to its fair acidity level and its good alcholic degree. Very low in tannins its taste is fruity, fine and intense while the flavour is dry and...

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FALANGHINA DUE MAESTA': A DELICATE AND FRUITY WHITE WINE

Falanghina IGT 2015 is an ancient italian white wine grape and It’s believed that Greek settlers brought this variety with them to the Campi Flegrei area (near modern-day Naples). It's also said that Falanghina is the grape variety that made up the ancient white wine Falernian, the most famous wine of Roman Empire. The name of the wine seems to derive from the Latine "falangae", or stakes for supporting the grapes in a vineyard. This wine can have a slight pine scent, but is better known for its citrus-blossom aromas, in particular bitter orange. On the palate it shows classic apple and pear flavors, refreshingly high acidity. Food pairing Ideas: Pizza with pear, walnuts and rocket; Chicken thighs baked with...

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DUE MAESTA' NEWS: PASSERINA WINE

Passerina grape is an ancient vine variety found in the central Italy between Abruzzo and Marche regions. This white wine is also known as Cacciadebito, Pagadebito and Uva d’Oro because of the large quantities grapes produced by which farmers could pay off their debts. Some believe the name Passerina derives from “Passero”, the italian word for “sparrow” the bird known to Italian vinegrowers for its voracious appetite for ripe Passerina grapes. The italian suffix – ina is a diminutive that indicates the small dimension of this cultivar’s berries. Abruzzo’s Passerina grapes are intensely colored yellow and the berry’s skin is quite thick. The harvest begins after the second decade of September and the grapes ripen with an high level of...

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