Abruzzo is a very mountainous region located in the Apennines of central Italy with its coastline along the Adriatic sea. The most notable wines are the Montepulciano d’Abruzzo and Trebbiano d’Abruzzo which have become staple house wines across the globe.

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Ciccio Zaccagnini has been producing wine for over thirty years and none more famous than the one listed below. Consistent quality and unique presentation are Ciccio’s trademark.


A large and well known Cooperative producing wines which are true to their origins and well priced. The “bread and butter” of the winery are Trebbiano and Montepulciano. These classic Pizzeria and Trattoria house wines are to be found all over Italy, made with clean fresh fruit it is no shame to say that these are simple wines for everyday drinking!


The Tinazzi winery was founded during the 1960’s in Cavaion, Verona by Eugenio Tinazzi and is now carried on by the third generation of a family which has always had a deep passion for wine and grapes. The company has made great progress during these years on its own merits, always choosing the longest but safest route and avoiding any enticing short cuts.


Tombacco has been a family business for generations. It is the archetypal bottler and blender sourcing wines from all over the Veneto region and indeed most of Italy. Apart from the classic Veronese wines and excellent Pinot Grigio, owner Cristian Tombacco also sources a great Falanghina IGT Beneventano under the Piantaferro label.

Terrabuona was founded in 1960 when the Abruzzo countryside had depopulated once again and many Italians had left the country in search of a better future. Playing a leading role in the sixties and seventies during an exciting period for wine making which brought the Abruzzo region to life, Terrabuona played an active part in helping to bring out a radical change in the local wine-growing landscape.

The Sgarzi family has been growing vines for many generations and the current owner’s grandfather delivered wines to the inns of Bologna on horse-drawn carriages. From this artisan style winemaking heritage, the family has built an impressive modern winery which produces some of the best Italian wines in the world, exporting to over 80 countries.