List of products by brand Azienda Agricola Fontefico
Fontefico is an organic boutique winery that always ensures an exceptional quality, with a strong focus on producing highly territorial wines from the local Montepulciano, Pecorino and Aglianico varieties.
In 1996, the Altieri brothers bought an ancient estate located on the beautiful Gulf of Vasto, along the Abruzzo coast.The fresh winds from the sea provide the perfect climate, and while our estate covers about 15 hectares, the wines are selected from only 3 hectares. Each wine comes from a specific vineyard, for its own unique, and unrepeatable characteristics. This is the basis of our production philosophy, which focuses on the careful selection of each element of the wine: The right vineyard, for the right selection of each cluster of grapes.
Buying the case of 6 bottles you will save 10% An intense hue with smooth and elegant tannins, enhanced by nuances of chocolate.
The Titinge Riserva is a pure Montepulciano d’Abruzzo from the oldest Fontefico vines. After 6 months of ageing in steel barrels, it is then moved to oak ones for a further 24 months of ageing in oak barrels and then another 12 in the bottle. The title is a play on words about the wine\'s exceptional colour intensity. Ti (you) + tinge (coloured) references its deep hue, which is all down to it being from the “Pàstino” vineyard. Their wines are all from a single cru, which means that each different type of wine comes from a single vineyard - a real rarity in the wine world.
Buying the case of 6 bottles you will save 10% A wine - not the cheese! With notes of basil, chamomile and apple.
Native to Abruzzo, Pecorino is a fresh and perfumed wine variety, that\'s both pleasant and complex at the same time. The nose opens with subtle notes of basil, chamomile flowers and apples, then continues with tones of citrus fruit - namely grapefruit and cedar - and a hint of mango.
Buying the case of 6 bottles you will save 10% \'Cocca Di Casa\' is one of the greatest wines of the South, full-bodied and round. And a firm House favourite.
In Abruzzo, the Montepulciano reigns as the uncrowned king of wine. Cultivated for centuries, the Montepulciano can age for a very long time, but it is also often appreciated for its fruity quality in its youth. This version is aged for about 12 months, and features black fruit on the nose, but on the mouth spices like black pepper as well as liquorice and roasted coffee.