Tenuta Tre Gemme: A Wine Produced With Love, Patience, and Resolution

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Tenuta Tre Gemme a brand owned by a family that produces excellent wines, respecting the environment and enhancing their territory. A winery that focuses on viniculture tradition that began two centuries ago that now blossoms in a luxurious collection of author labels. It is located in Pescara province in Catignano and Civitaquana area. The warm climate is distinguished by strong temperature change between day and night, that gives distinctive attributes to grapes, that will turn in wines of varietal character.

The company has recently joined London Awards 2020 and has received awards for the following wines:

Tenuta Tre Gemme Abruzzo DOC Passerina 2019 has received a Gold Award in London Awards 2020, awarded by London Newspaper.

Abruzzo DOC Passerina 2019 has received a Gold Award in London Awards 2020, awarded London Newspaper.

Uses stainless steel tanks for the vinification process. Depending on how ripe the grapes are and on the prevailing climatic conditions, the grapes are harvested, destemmed and crushed. The skins and pulp are separated immediately at the crushing stage and the free juice is transferred to temperature-controlled stainless steel tanks for fermentation. Ageing also takes place in stainless steel.

Tenuta Tre Gemme Abruzzo DOC Pecorino 2019 has received a Gold Award in London Awards 2020, awarded by London Newspaper.

Abruzzo DOC Pecorino 2019 has received a Gold Award in London Awards 2020, awarded by London Newspaper.

Uses stainless steel tanks for the vinification process. Depending on how ripe the grapes are and on the prevailing climatic conditions, the grapes are harvested, destemmed and crushed. The skins and pulp are separated immediately at the crushing stage and the free-run juice is transferred to temperature-controlled stainless steel tanks for fermentation. Ageing also takes place in stainless steel.

Tenuta Tre Gemme Montepulciano d’Abruzzo DOC 2017 has received a Silver Award in London Awards 2020, awarded by London Newspaper.

Montepulciano d'Abruzzo DOC 2017 has received a Silver Award in London Awards 2020, awarded by London Newspaper.

Uses stainless steel and concrete tanks for the vinification process. Maceration on the skins generally lasts for around 15 days at a controlled temperature no higher than 29°C. Sulphur dioxide is used in minimal doses. In the first two days, the fermenting grapes are racked and returned (the technique of delestage) twice. During this process, some of the seeds are removed to reduce bitter and grassy notes. Subsequently, the fermenting mass is pumped over every 3-4 days for approximately 10 minutes at a time. As the wine is drawn off it undergoes a soft pressing at a maximum of 12 atm. The resulting free-run must is then stored in stainless steel or concrete tanks to await further management. Malolactic fermentation is controlled but not induced.

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