The Marramiero family have been growing grapes for centuries in Abruzzo. They have some of the most well-situated old vines of Montepulciano and Trebbiano in the region. In many ways they are considered a ‘traditional’ producer for the Abruzzo, given their approach to old-school vineyard and winemaking techniques, and their wines follow suit, although with a touch of bright, rich, modern fruit. The family has some interesting historical ties: One of their wines is called “Inferi”, and features an artistic depiction of purgatory. It pays tribute to their ancestor Dante Alighieri, and the first part of his epic poem The Divine Comedy, otherwise known as Dante’s Inferno.