Abbia Nòva Senza Vandalismi Rosso Cesanese del Piglio 2019
  • Red Wine
  • Biodynamic, Natural, Sustainable, Vegan-Friendly
  • Dry
  • Light Bodied
  • 750ml
  • 12% alc./vol

Abbia Nòva Senza Vandalismi Rosso Cesanese del Piglio 2019

Lazio, Italy
Regular price $28.95per bottle ($347.40per case)
12 bottles per case
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Juicy & Rustic

Abbia Nòva is a brand-new Lazio wine estate whose name refers to an ancient Roman road linking the town of Piglio, in the southwestern part of the region, to Abruzzo.

Senza Vandalismi Rosso is made from the grape Cesanese d'Affile. It is juicy, with aromas of fresh red berries and hints of countryside barnyard, smoke and fresh herbs. The acidity on the palate is vibrant, with a delicate sensation of carbonation.

We recommend to pair this wine with spicy Italian dishes!

About the Winery

Abbia Nòva

Located in the town of Pilio, about thirty miles east of Rome, Abbia Nova is the project of cousins Daniele and Pierluca Proietti. They farm 7 hectares of vines, mostly inherited from Daniele’s father, with many of the vines being indigenous varietals to the area. Some of these vines are at least eighty years old. The cousins follow a combination of natural and traditional methods both in the vineyards and in the cellar, starting with organic and then moving to biodynamic principles. They avoid treatments like sulphur and copper and instead use natural resistance methods that they produce themselves.

Press Reviews

Jancis Robinson

17 points

100% Passerina from a 50-year-old vineyard at 550 m above sea level. Plant density is 3,000 vines/ha. Biodynamically and homeopathically tended. Spontaneous fermentation in stainless steel and aged on the fine lees until the following spring. Aged for two months in 54-litre glass demijohns. Total production 7,000 bottles. The technical sheet says: 'Simple but not common, like when you have a curcka moment at the mchanic's or at the laundromat. Flashes that emit light.'

Pale coppery yellow. The modest Passerina, around for 500 years in the are, showing it has more strings to its bow. Savoury, saline, apricot, bruised apple, orange blossom, iron and lees note. Hint of dry vermouth. Opens up on ht epalate with notes of sweet apricot and peach and savoury salty notes on the finish. Gorgeous lightness and loads of character, but nothing for purists, I suspect. Drink 2020 - 2022.