About the project




Our estate grapes produce this fine example of Montepulciano d’Abruzzo every vintage. The name Bajo (Bay) given to our town’s most important street comes from the hair color of some horses. Bay is one of the most common coat colors in many horse breeds.

Select vineyards with stony and calcareous soil are carefully managed to produce this classic wine. Following its temperature controlled vinification in stainless steel, the wine is aged for six months in large Slovenian oak barrels and ends its cycle with a short bottle rest. This vibrant red from Abruzzo displays a violet color and an intense bouquet of ripe red fruit, finely framed with spices. Ideal with barbecued meats and traditional Italian specialties such as lasagna.

Baccalà with chard and puffed potatoes

Ristorante La Bandiera, Civitella Casanova