The Chiola family ruled over Loreto Aprutino for over a century during the 19th Century and has given the name to our fine rosé. Summertime in Italy brings thoughts of beaches and vacations, long dinners under the stars when rosé is consumed passionately. Cerasuolo can be a sticky term in Italian wine as it has a few different uses. In general it means “cherry red” in color and can be used to describe the overall color of rosé wine in Abruzzo that resembles freshly cut pomegranate. A fresh and spicy cherry colored rosé.