White wine grapes produced with “Passerina” from yellowish light and fruity taste that recalls the flower of acacia, has a taste crisp and dry with a persistent aftertaste, ideal union with fish and the first Mediterranean cuisine.
Production area: Born in the hills of Piceno where the grape Passerina represents history and tradition.
Grape: 100% Passerina.
Organoleptic characteristics: The colour is light yellow with green reflections. Fresh smell, fruity, floral and herbaceous have a clear hint of acacia flower, but also exotic fruit and honey. The taste is just as crisp, with hints of green apple. At the same time it is dry and characterized by obvious hints minerals. The aftertaste is bitter but with spicy notes, very pleasant and persistent. High levels of acidity. Overall wine is an intense, full-bodied, aromatic.
Service: Serve tulips flared at a temperature of 8-10 ° C.
Pairing: A fresh and dry wine that perfectly pair with the Adriatic coastal cuisine based on fish ans ses food. Mediterranean cuisine: light sauces pasta dishes enriched with seasonal vegetables.
- Awarded Wines of Le Marche: Offida Pecorino Podere Colle Vecchio 2010 – Tenuta Cocci Grifoni (internetbillboards.net)
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