Estate: Founded by childhood friends Marco Giuliani and Davide Gentile, Lammidia means envy or bad eye in the Abruzzese dialect. The winery is in Villa Celiera, a small village at 714 meters above sea level in the Abruzzo region of Italy. The 3 hectares of vines consist of Trebbiano Abruzzese, Pecorino and Pinot Noir. Dedicated to organic and biodynamic methods, the duo is constantly experimenting and learning. “Study, comparison with other winemakers, tests, experiments, errors (many), synthesized by self-criticism and common sense, have led us to current results and a path of continuous improvement.” They have designed and built specific concrete containers for use in different processes of winemaking. In the cellar, they work with terracotta amphorae, along with steel and fiberglass containers.

Philosophy: Their slogan is: Uva e basta [100% Grape]. “In all transformation processes, from the earth, to the plant, to the grape, to the wine, we try to intervene as little as possible, preserving the natural evolution of nature.”

Winemaking: Vines are an average of 25 years old, in clay and limestone soils. Whole cluster, spontaneous fermentation in cement with indigenous yeasts with 1 week of punch down. Aged in cement, unfined, unfiltered, no added S02.

Tasting Notes: Foggy red-violet in colour, with aromas of black cherry, red currant, rhubarb, carnation, sandalwood. Light fizz whorls around blackberry, black cherry, pomegranate, hibiscus, earth and tangy acidity. Black tea tannins fuse with black cherry and blueberry on the nutty finish.

90% Montepulciano, 10% Trebbiano
Vino Rosso
Italy
Produced and Bottled by Azienda Agricola Lammidia
11.5% Alcohol
$22

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