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2018

I Lauri Bajo Montepulciano d’Abruzzo DOC

The name “iLauri” stems from the ancient roots of our birth place, Loreto Aprutino, once covered in Laurus nobilis, or laurel trees.

The name Bajo (Bay) given to the 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.
I Lauri conceives this precious Montepulciano with each new harvest; a wine with a name rooted in the territory it belongs to.

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VARIETALS
100% Montepulciano d’Abruzzo

VINTAGE
2018

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2018

I Lauri Chiola Cerasuolo d’Abruzzo DOC

The name “iLauri” stems from the ancient roots of our birth place, Loreto Aprutino, once covered in Laurus nobilis, or laurel trees.

Cerasuolo can be a sticky term in Italian wine as it has a few different uses. In general it means “cherry red” in color and can be used to describe the overall color of rosé wine in Abruzzo that resembles freshly cut pomegranate.
A fresh and spicy cherry colored rosé.

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VARIETALS
100% Montepulciano d’Abruzzo

VINTAGE
2018

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2018

I Lauri Nora Chardonnay Colline Pescaresi IGP

The name “iLauri” stems from the ancient roots of our birth place, Loreto Aprutino, once covered in Laurus nobilis, or laurel trees.

Chardonnay was introduced into the Abruzzi at the end of the nineteenth century and was immediately successful in terms of quality. Today, it is recognized as one of its most popular varietals. The Abruzzo region is bordered by the dramatic landscape and terroir of the Maiella and Gran Sasso mountain ranges, home to one of the area’s most celebrated rivers, the Nora.

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VARIETALS
100% Chardonnay

VINTAGE
2018

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2018

I Lauri Salto Sangiovese Terre di Chieti IGP

The name “iLauri” stems from the ancient roots of our birth place, Loreto Aprutino, once covered in Laurus nobilis, or laurel trees.

Select vineyards on the Southern coast of Abruzzo 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 three 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.

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VARIETALS
100% Sangiovese

VINTAGE
2018

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2018

I Lauri Tavo Pinot Grigio delle Venezie IGP

The name “iLauri” stems from the ancient roots of our birth place, Loreto Aprutino, once covered in Laurus nobilis, or laurel trees.

The celebrated Pinot Grigio varietal has been known since the Middle Ages in the Burgundy region and derives from a bud mutation of Pinot Noir. In partnership with they winemaker, the I Lauri’s team supervise an exquisite parcel in the Northeastern region of Veneto, while the name stems from one of our area’s most important rivers, born at almost 2.000 meters at the foot of the Gran Sasso.

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VARIETALS
100% Pinot Grigio

VINTAGE
2018

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