After the introduction of Castle Gate Gin you could be forgiven for thinking that we've gone castle crazy here at Weavers, and just to keep the theme going we've found the Donte Di Castelvecchio Montepulciano from Tuscany.Read More
Montepulciano is a red wine grape variety grown widely in central Italy, most notably in Abruzzo region which is located on Italy's Adriatic coast. Rather confusingly, the Montepulicano grape variety has nothing to do with the town of Montpulciano, which itself has a great wine growing tradition based around the Sangiovese grape.
This wine is made by a team of professional oenologists who carefully follow a production process that stems from a unique combination of human resources, profound attachment to the land and a privileged natural environment. The typical rolling, hilly environment of the area with its unique climate and soils, together with the skills of the grape-growers and modern wine-making processes, are all key factors for attaining the high standards of their wines. In other words, it is all about the terroir!