Tullum Doc, the smallest denomination of Italy
Feudo Antico is on his first official release, to make known at the Merano International Wine Festival the Tullum, the smallest doc in Italy.
Feudo Antico is on his first official release, to make known at the Merano International Wine Festival the Tullum, the smallest doc in Italy. Is news of these days, in fact, that Feudo Antico, the company that first produced the doc Tullum, a name which exists only in the hills of Abruzzo town of Tollo (CH), exceeded the selections to attend the important event, scheduled for 5 to 8 November 2010 at the Kurhaus Meran. Founded last year, the Tullum is having a great consensus in the market, thanks to courageous decisions. Among these, the choice of making the first doc Pecorino and Passerina, until last year only IGT, but also adopt a specification that allows the production of individual types according to their location on maps. At Merano Wine Festival 2010 Feudo Antico is present with the White Tullum 2009 and Tullum Pecorino 2009. Success on the market are finding, however, also other types, the Tullum Passerina the last born, the Tullum Red, wine aging in providing cement and bottled without aging in wood. Info: www.feudoantico.it