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The geographic conformation of the territory of Teramo makes this area very interesting in terms of pedoclimate and very suitable for the cultivation of the vines.
There are several varieties cultivated with the presence of autochthonous vines: the Montepulciano d'Abruzzo of the COLLINE TERAMANE (the only DOCG of the Abruzzo district), the Trebbiano d'Abruzzo and the Montonico.

The Montepulciano d'Abruzzo is a vine that  perfectly fits the sweet and sunny hills of Abruzzo.It has a medium size cluster, pyramidal or conical, the grapes are medium size egg-shaped  and their skin is consistent and pruinose.
The result of this grape is a full-body red wine, austere, wide and well structured, with violet, morello cherry sensory notes with an excellent evolution in ages.
Perfect to combine with meat dishes with strong flavors and matured cheeses.

Trebbiano d'Abruzzo vine, belongs to the Trebbiani family, it is present almost exclusively in Abruzzo and from 1994 it has been registered in the national catalog of vine varieties.
The vine has white grapes, with a large, compact and pyramid-shaped cluster. Its grapes are medium-large and when they are ripe they acquire shades from yellow to green.
The wine has pale straw yellow color, with no pronounced smells and flavors.

Trebbiano, is a delicate wine, particularly suitable with fish dishes, and fresh or slightly matured cheeses.

The Montonico is a white grape variety. It has a large, long and compact cluster with a cylindrical-pyramidal shape. Its grapes are large, round and spotted.
The wine is straw-yellow with slight green reflections and with delicate fruity and spicy aromas. It has medium-low gradation and a good acidity. Suitable with fish, egg and cheese dishes.