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The Bove family, who founded their cantine in 1930, epitomize the pride of the Abruzzese people and embrace their role as stewards of the land and the surrounding natural resources.

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AT A GLANCE

Three generations of the Bove family have been producing these hallmark wines from the Abruzzo region since 1930. These indigenous varieties from the Adriatic coast represent a powerful Montepulciano from the best parcels on the estate, aged fourteen months in barrel, and one of the most exciting white wines coming out of Italy today, Pecorino. Both wines are complex and deliciously food friendly. Sustainable farming.

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REGION

WINEMAKER 
ESTATE OWNER
FARMING

KEY GRAPE VARIETIES

Abruzzo

Sustainable farming

Montepulciano, Pecorino

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THE WINES

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Montepulciano d’Abruzzo

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Pecorino

ADDITIONAL RESOURCES

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