Feudi Bizantini is the project of several wine lovers who founded a winery in the historic Byzantine town of Crecchio, in Abruzzo, to promote the typical wines and grape varieties of Abruzzo. The calcareous soils and high altitudes near the Gran Sasso mountain range are ideal for viticulture, the cool sea breeze and the high temperature differences between day and night promote the aromatic finesse in the wines and avoid "hot" aromas.
The most important vines are the red Montepulciano and the white Pecorino and Trebbiano, i.e. traditional local varieties, and there is also some Merlot, which also thrives here. Nothing is left to chance at Feudi Bizantini, the vine clones were carefully selected for the existing soil and microclimate in order to achieve the best wine quality. With all tradition, however, a modern style is also valued, the wine should taste good for many people, and that succeeds without question. High ratings from Luca Maroni and gold medals at the MUNDUS VINI competition testify to the success of this mission. Feudi Bizantini is today one of the leading wineries in the Abruzzo region.