2018 Tenuta Terraviva, "CO2" Montepulciano d'Abruzzo, Italy
The CO2 sees carbonic maceration, a winemaking technique, often associated with the French wine region of Beaujolais, in which whole grapes are fermented in a carbon dioxide-rich environment prior to crushing. In our mind, it gives the grape a little tingle a little life! Making the wine fruity and less tannic. Blackberry and blueberry deliciousness!
- Shepards pie
- Heavy veggie past dish
A Little More...
Tenuta Terraviva was born in the splendid and uncontaminated hills of Tortoreto, in the province of Teramo, a bright and ideal setting for creating wines capable of telling the Terroir, as tenacious as the land to which they belong and inspired by the wind and the Adriatic sea.
The land that lives, if wisely cared for and respected, returns incomparable products, jealously to be guarded. For few.
Characterized by a strong family imprint, the Estate is supported by a young team, full of enthusiasm and passion, aware of the importance of ensuring levels of excellence in the vineyards as well as in the cellar and attentive to environmental protection.