Di Sipio

Di Sipio: crafting regality with Montepulciano and Trebbiano in Abruzzo

For versatility in the quality of the products from Di Sipio cellar, the vast spread of its vineyards can be held accountable.  Having been situated in the mountainous and wild terrains of “the greenest region in Europe” known as Abruzzo, these thick vine gardens enjoy mostly clayey-sandy soils with marine fossils.

Because of different altitudes, slopes, and exposures of hilly area, the vineyards enjoy diversified microclimates and soil compositions that reflect in the production of sumptuous varieties.  For example, soils that have high permeability produce white grapes that create wines with mineral quality, and moderately permeable soils produce both red and white grapes, which in turn create intensely aromatic wines of high alcohol content like Montepulciano and Trebbiano.

As these vineyards witness superb thermal conditions leading to excellent ripening and also maintain biological cultivating technique, the cellar of Di Sipio winery is able to grace your pallets with well-balanced and perfectly matured collections like Rosso 5 Montepulciano Riserva D’Abruzzo and Bianco 3 Trebbiano D’ Abruzzo DOP.

montepulciano and trebbiano from Abruzzo of Di Sipio

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  • Bianco 3 2010 Di Sipio
    DESCRIPTION Eyes:  The dry and subtle Di Sipio 3 showcases a pale yellow straw color against the glass. Nose:  The Trebbiano D’Abruzzo DOP exudes a powerful punch of floral notes mixed with honey and zesty accents of spices. Mouth:  This intense&..
    52.00€
    Ex Tax: 52.00€
  • Rosso 5 2010 Di Sipio
    DESCRIPTION Eyes:  The sleek Di Sipio Rosso dances in your glass in such a dark ruby red color that is almost impregnable. Nose:  The intense aroma of Montepulciano D’Abruzzo titillates your senses with fruity presence of blackberry jam and plums mixed with locust beans and berries t..
    52.00€
    Ex Tax: 52.00€
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