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Trabocco Abruzzo doc


Extra Dry Sparkling Wine

This is a sparkling wine produced in Abruzzo, in the province of Chieti, from Pecorino grapes. This grape variety is particularly suitable for frothing using the Italian method. The sparkling base wines are characterized by a deep pleasantness, freshness, floral, fruity and balsamic aromas with a good basic harmonicity.

11,5% vol.

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Technical data sheet

Appellation: "Trabocco" Abruzzo DOC Pecorino Spumante

Grape varieties: 100% Pecorino

Harvest: late August/early September.

Foaming and aging: 30-45 days.

Sugar residue: Extra Dry.

Production area: central Italy, Abruzzo, province of Chieti.

Vinification: crushing and soft pressing of grapes.

Fermentation: thermodynamically controlled (14 to 16 °C) using selected yeasts.

Wine description

Mild straw yellow with bright green highlights. Fine-grained and persistent perlage.


Floral hints of white flowers, fruity apple and citrus nuances. Slightly balsamic finish.


Fresh, harmonious, smooth, delicate.


Excellent aperitif; ideal with seafood, grilled fish and fried anchovies cartoccio. Highly appreciated with medium-aged soft cheeses.


Winemaker's notes

Made from 100% native red grapes, harvested in the second and third weeks of September and sourced from a "mosaic" of small vineyards located throughout the province of Chieti. After soft crushing and pressing of the grapes, the juice is placed at a thermodynamically controlled temperature (14-16°C). Initial fermentation takes place on selected yeasts. Subsequently, the wine undergoes a second fermentation in stainless steel tanks (autoclaves) with aging according to the Italian method (or Charmat method) at a controlled temperature. The entire period of frothing and aging lasts about 30-45 days.

Perfect Food Pairing

Roasted octopus verace with sweet bell pepper