Masseria Coste di Brenta was established in 2004 in Lanciano, Abruzzo by Augusto Tano and Anna Giovanna Di Ludovico. It is situated between the Adriatic Sea and the Maiella mountains. They practice organic farming and viniculture. Although it is a blossoming company, it brings with it the experience and love for the land, passed down from generations. In an area known for estates that produce large bottle quantities this estate produces under 100,000 bottles annually.
Coste di Brenta Cerasuolo is a delightful dry rosé from the Abruzzo region of southern Italy made of 100% Montepulciano. A beautiful food-friendly summer/fall rosé, it pairs nicely with salade Niçoise, roast chicken, sushi, pizza and mild cheeses.