Abruzzo has a wide variety of foods and wineries, and in recent years new brewers created by young innovators are being recognised nationally. Mountain, sea and hillside have suggested traditional products and dishes that over the years are increasingly appreciated and known all over the world.
Abruzzo is also be coming known for artisan beers. Over the last ten years, there have been many start-ups in the area. Just a few examples we invite you to visit:
4 Quarti, Alkibia, Almond 22, Anbra, Antica Birreria degli Abruzzi, Bertona, Bibibir, Birra Miles, Birrificio Abruzzese, Deb’s, DelphinBeer, Desmond, DonkeyBeer, Golden Rose, Grignè, la casa di cura, la Fortezza, la Monna, la Fontedellatte, Leardi, Mad Hopper, Maiella, Mezzopasso, Monster Factory e Co, Officina del luppolo, Opperbacco, Ordeum, San Giovanni, Tenute Ducali, Terre d’Acquaviva, Tocci Oppidum.
The wines of Abruzzo:
Montepulciano is among the most popular grapes for red winetogether with the Rose (Cerasuolo) which is becoming ever more popular.
And then white Trebbiano wine, Passerina, Pecorino, Cococciola and then Sangiovese, Chardonnay, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot.
The most important wineries becoming appreciated all over Europe and the USA:
Cantina Colonnella, Talamonti, Santobono, Feudo Antico, Cataldi Madonna, Valentini Minuzzi, la Cascina del Colle, Nicodemi, Cordoni di Ancarano, Carlo Massimo Rabottini, Cantina Frentana, Tenuta Arabona, Podere della Torre, Centorame, Valle Martello, Pepe Stefania, Barone Cornacchia, Emilio Pepe, Cantina Zaccaginini, Ausonia, Illuminati Dino, Anfra, Casimirri, Franco Pasetti, Lepore, Marramiero Azienda, Masciarelli, Villa Medoro.