A signature wine from Abruzzo, Ginesia Montelpulciano D’Abruzzo (DOP) is 100% organic Montepulciano grapes. This wine is a strong ruby red color, with lots of red cherry fruit. Ginesia Montelpulciano D’Abruzzo is a medium-bodied wine with soft tannins, it pairs perfectly with a variety of meaty pasta sauces or grilled red meats.
Ginesia uses an innovative, unique and modern packaging technology by Amorin. Helix is the world’s first natural cork stopper, and glass bottle with an easy-to-open and re-close mechanism, combined with natures best materials with 21st century design. Menicucci’s Ginesia is the first Abruzzo wine (and the second in Italy) to bring this innovative and easy-to-use technology to consumers worldwide.View more information
A ruby red color with slight purple shades. The nose is intense, floral, fruity (with a hint of black cherry), with a slight spiciness. The taste is tannic, full-bodied, balanced and refined with an almond finish.
Old vineyards selected in the municipalities of Orsogna, Filleto and Guardiagrele. The soils are made up textured lands and generally end with a limestone substrate and rocky outcrops sparse. The thermal values characterize a rather warm texture, with little annual rainfall and very high temperature ranges; ideal conditions that have a positive influence on the quality of the grapes.
Aging Potential: 3 years
Aging: Part of the wine is aged in oak barriques, and the other part in steel tanks for at least 4 months
Bottle size: 0.75
Grape: 100% Montepulciano D’Abruzzo
Pairing: Meaty pasta sauces and grilled red meat
Production: 30,000 bottles
Type of wine: Red
Menicucci, founded by Antonio Menicucci in 1970, produces 100% organic wine, from the native Abruzzesi grapes; Montepulciano D’Abruzzo, Trebbiano D’Abruzzo, Pecorino Terre Di Chieti and Passerina Terre Di Chieti.Find out more
The Menicucci vineyards stretch over 20 hectares of vineyards, located in the municipalities of Canosa Sannita and Ortona. The soils are made up of textured lands and generally end with a limestone substrate and rocky outcrops sparse. The thermal values characterize a rather warm texture, with little annual rainfall and very high temperature ranges; a condition that has a beneficial influence on the quality of the grapes.