Gaetano Carboni
Amorotti Trebbiano d'Abruzzo 2019

'£29'

Outstanding affordable wine. Plush zesty acidity the gentlest of tannins coated in stone fruits, chamomile and herbs. What are you waiting for?

Gaetano Carboni is the man behind this incredible estate in Abruzzo, which dates back to 1521. His cellar in Loreto Aprutino lies just across the street from the famous Valentini estate, where Gaetano honed his craft under the late Edoardo.

In the same vein, Gaetano continues a long tradition of making wines naturally and with respect for the land. His vineyards between the Gran Sasso and the Adriatic sea are planted to both Montepulciano and Trebbiano.

Various training systems and vine ages compose Amorotti's 14 hectares of vineyard that grow at 400mt of altitude on rolling hills formed by a clay and partly limestone based soil. Gaetano's vineyards are set within the very diverse land of the historical farm, whose complete extension exceeds 150 hectares.

He harvests manually and transports the grapes in small crates to his labyrinthine cellar. A light handed approach and respect of traditions result in wines with a great purity and balance that reflect those of Gaetano’s iconic mentor.

Photo of Gaetano Carboni Amorotti Trebbiano d'Abruzzo 2019 Bottle

Outstanding affordable wine. Plush zesty acidity the gentlest of tannins coated in stone fruits, chamomile and herbs. What are you waiting for?

Gaetano Carboni is the man behind this incredible estate in Abruzzo, which dates back to 1521. His cellar in Loreto Aprutino lies just across the street from the famous Valentini estate, where Gaetano honed his craft under the late Edoardo.

In the same vein, Gaetano continues a long tradition of making wines naturally and with respect for the land. His vineyards between the Gran Sasso and the Adriatic sea are planted to both Montepulciano and Trebbiano.

Various training systems and vine ages compose Amorotti's 14 hectares of vineyard that grow at 400mt of altitude on rolling hills formed by a clay and partly limestone based soil. Gaetano's vineyards are set within the very diverse land of the historical farm, whose complete extension exceeds 150 hectares.

He harvests manually and transports the grapes in small crates to his labyrinthine cellar. A light handed approach and respect of traditions result in wines with a great purity and balance that reflect those of Gaetano’s iconic mentor.

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