AZIENDA AGRICOLA TERRA D'ALIGI

Via Piana La Fara, 90
66041 ATESSA (CH) - ITALIA

T. +39 0872 897916 - F. +39 0872 897813
info@terradaligi.com

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From the Abruzzo hills, to the roots of passion.

It’s the Italian region in which we live, it’s the land of Aligi, the land of our wines.

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OUR WINES

A new season begins for the Terra d’Aligi brand.

Thanks to significant investments in crops by selecting new vineyards and to crucial innovations in production technologies and processes, our brand is enhanced with renewed vitality All this has also led us to design labels that will represent and embellish our new vintages. These simple bold and carefully designed labels with no frills concisely and evocatively express the philosophy of our wines and the special bond with the land and tradition that makes them unique.

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ABRUZZO

IT'S THE LAND IN WHICH WE LIVE

Convento di San Pasquale - Colline Atessane

It’s the Italian region in which we live, it’s the land of Aligi, the land of our wines. The shepherd is the main character of “La Figlia di Iorio”, a famous drama of Gabriele D’Annunzio, top poet from Abruzzi. And it’s no accident: the deep roots of this region are bound to the sheep farming, furrowed by the centuries-old ways of transhumance. Between the highest mountain tops of the Appennines – the Gran Sasso and the Maiella – and the Adriatic Sea, the ways of the shepherds draw the hills and slide into the valleys, touching slightly the vineyards. One of the most typical wines of the Abruzzi, the Pecorino, is dedicated to them. In one of these valleys, the Val di Sangro, our grapes grow ripe.

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Cosa succede nel nostro mondo

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17 May 2017

Zurle. Red Gold.

Our latest addition Zurle – Abruzzo Doc Rosso 2014 continues to reap success at the highest levels. In recent days, it won the Gold Medal at the Challenge International du Vin, the biggest French international wine competition, during which 5,000 wines from 37 countries were judged.…

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