The wines from Villamagna are as authentic (and true to type) as distinctive: combining grapes of the highest quality with non-invasive wine making, they represent the elegant and powerful evolution of a tradition to be experienced with all senses.


Right from the beginning, tannins are soft and silky on the palate but at the same time intense, although never too aggressive. With aging, these tannins become even more complex, resulting in varied and harmonic sensory perceptions: a symphony that binds multiple instruments into a single score of captivating beauty.


This trait pertains to another sensorial aspect, typical of wines from this area: a full body as expressed by alcohol content, which in turn is linked to grapes that are extraordinarily rich in sugars. This tactile impact is one of the most distinctive characteristics of the Villamagna DOC compared to the Montepulciano d’Abruzzo.
This powerful structure also serves as a vector for the wine’s rich aromas.


Evolution of the species

In its production guidelines, Generazioni del Villamagna DOC has chosen more restrictive criteria than those set by the standard rule book of the appellation – for two reasons: because the chosen criteria correspond to what the association envisions as the natural evolution of the standard rule book, and express to a higher degree those common traits which define the typicity of the terroir.

Villamagna DOC Riserva

  • Maximum yield per hectare: 12,000 kilos
  • Minimum ABV: 14%
  • Earliest release: November 1st of the third year following harvest
  • Aging (about 12 months) in oak
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Villamagna DOC

  • Maximum yield per hectare: 12,000 kilos
  • Minimum ABV: 14%
  • Earliest release: November 1st of the second year following harvest
  • Aging (about 6 months) in oak

Montepulciano d'Abruzzo DOC

  • Maximum yield per hectare: 14,000 kilos
  • Minimum ABV: 11.5%
  • Earliest release: 1st March of the first year following harvest