The Bernetti family of Umani Ronchi hold over 200 hectares of prime vineyards between the hills and sea along the Adriatic coast - 110 in Verdicchio Classico, 60 in Rosso Conero and 30 in Abruzzo - all farmed organically. Piedmontese oenologist Beppe Caviola heads the oenological team, having inherited a healthy legacy from the late Giacomo Tachis.
Montepulciano is one of the most widespread indigenous varieties in Italy, and is cultivated predominently along the Adriatic side of the peninsula. The Umani Ronchi version of Montepulciano d’Abruzzo is intended to be an interpretation of this vine which aims to exalt its varietal characteristics and its freshness, combining these qualities with just the right amount of charm and softness. The result is a very pleasant and drinkable wine which goes with many different kinds of dishes.
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