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Today we are going to talk about another excellent white wine of Due Maestà collection: TREBBIANO D'ABRUZZO WINE Created in 1972 as white wine DOC that covers virtually the entire Abruzzo region, it's the white wine partner to the red Montepulciano. According to the official DOC laws, a Trebbiano d'Abruzzo wine must be made from at least 85% Trebbiano grapes – either Trebbiano Toscano or Trebbiano d'Abruzzo or a combination of the two.   The wines must be aged a minimum of 5 months prior to release and attain a minimum alcohol level of at least 11.5% and is most typically imbibed young, which usually means within two years of its bottling. The official Trebbiano d'Abruzzo production zone covers precisely...

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Today we continue our journey to discover another delight of Due Maestà wine collection: MONTEPULCIANO D'ABRUZZO WINE Montepulciano d’Abruzzo is one of Italy's most famous wines and is in the top third of DOC wine produced in Italy. The Montepulciano d'Abruzzo DOC title was created in 1968, and covers a vast area of eastern Abruzzo. DOC (Denominazione di Origine Controllata) is the main tier of Italian wine classification, and covers almost every traditional Italian wine style. This classic, well-rounded, plum-scented Italian red is made from Montepulciano grapes grown in the Abruzzo region, on Italy's Adriatic coast. Much of western Abruzzo is too mountainous for effective viticulture, so most Montepulciano d'Abruzzo wines come from the low hills, plains and coastal areas....

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Let's start today by knowing all different types of Due Maestà wine! Pecorino is a light-skinned wine grape used in Italy's eastern coastal regions, particularly in Marche and Abruzzo. A classic Pecorino-based wine is dry and minerally, straw-yellow in color and has an elegantly floral bouquet of acacia and jasmine, sometimes spiced with a faint hint of licorice. The variety has a long, complicated and all-too-common history. It has been cultivated in the Marche region for hundreds of years but low yields saw it replaced by more-productive grape varieties like Trebbiano. By the mid-20th Century, Pecorino was thought extinct. In the 1980s, a local producer researching native varieties investigated a rumor of some forgotten vines in an overgrown vineyard. Cuttings...

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Everyone knows that the Italian wine is the most highly regarded in the world, but today we're going to reveal you some records about italian wine production. - Vitis Vinifera Italy is the country with the most Vitis Vinifera plants with over 350 different varietis. Vitis vinifera produces grape that is perfect to make wine. - Designations In Italy the quality of raw materials, the environment, weather, production and processing stages are strictly controlled by producers association in order to ensure an excellent quality like Due Maestà wine. - Production Italy and France have long been the sole duellists for the title of world top wine producer, but this year Italy has surpassed France to take to crown of world...

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One reason is the sediment collection. This type of bottle was invented in the fourth century and now it is common for bottle of wine, champagne and sparkling. Some wines, if not properly filtered will still have some sediment in them. This is true of older wines that have been aged for many years. The sediment will form a thick ring around the bottom of the dent and not be easily removed by pouring the wine. Maybe this bottle was originally created for champagne because the shape and the thickness of the punt is also used to increase the strength of the wine bottle which will allow the bottle to hold beverages that are under pressure like sparkling wine. Another...

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