Enotec Imports, Inc. | Torri Cantine
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Wine Region: Abruzzo

Winemaker: Camillo Zulli

Total Acreage Under Vine: 60 acres

Estate Founded: 1966

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Torri Cantine

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The historical Torri cellar, flagship of a territory and important chapter of the regional viticulture, is writing a new story without forgetting the roots that have given rise to its history.

Location Of Vineyard

The Torri Cantine vineyard lies between the Adriatic Sea and the Gran Sasso, nestled in the beautiful and fertile Teramo hills. Torri Cantine was born in 1966 in the wake of the best oenological tradition of Abruzzo, enabling it to produce a wide range of fine wines over the years.

The radiant hills planted with Torri vines express an infinite variety of perfumes and colors of the earth warmed by the heat of the sun. The vineyards stretch for 60 acres in the towns of Colonnella, Controguerra and Torano, from 100 to 300 meters above sea level. The favorable climatic condition and the generous land, along with patient and painstaking work in the vineyard and in the cellar, have enabled us to produce wines of great value.

Winemaking Philosophy

With these wonderful premises and proud of its strong roots, today Torri writes his new tale, based on full respect of nature and the fruit that gives life to the wine, on innovative ideas and in continuous ferment and uncompromising excellence of its products. These are the concepts underlying the new labels, full expression of quality and of the peculiarities of our precious terroir.

Organic Certification

Favored by a high wine vocation territory, the company is certified organic, confirming the path full of passion in selecting high quality grapes to work with patience and dedication in the vineyard and in the cellar.