Pietrame wines are made from grapes grown in Abruzzo, a renowned Italian winemaking region that is flanked by the coastal Adriatic Sea to the east and a high mountainous area to the west, including the Apennines. The sweeping landscape includes typical traditional inland old stone buildings, which inspired the brand name “Pietrame” as the Italian word for stone is “Pietra.”
In Abruzzo, the first evidence of wine production dates back to pre-Roman times, with the pottery of the funerary objects that came to light in the monumental necropolises around L'Aquila. Our vineyards extend over an area of 2,500 hectares, from the hills of the coast to the slopes of the mountains, in a typically Mediterranean, temperate climate, with considerable temperature ranges which determine optimal conditions for the accumulation of aromatic substances in the bunches, giving rise with high quality grapes.
Wines from Pietrame are characterized by their strong character and decisive style typical for mountainous climates and soils.