pecorino rice

pecorino rice

White wine, 75 cl, Abruzzo, Italy, 2019Terre di Chieti igp, Agriverde
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Category
White wine
Grape varieties
Notes
The pecorino in its new dress is dry, fresh, with obscure notes and a delicate spiciness. Cultivated in Abruzzo and Marche, pecorino is one of the oldest grape varieties in Italy and was once mainly used as a blend with Trebbiano.
Accompanying
With starters, as well as with more substantial dishes and fish.
Vinification
Removed in steel tank
Alcohol
13 %
Format
75 cl
Storage bar
Min. 2 year(s) from 2021
Producer
Variety sheet
The voucher will be delivered as PDF (print at home) after payment of the invoice.

"An exciting grape variety, which is mainly grown in Abruzzo. It is also partly cultivated in Latium, Marche or Umbria. We recommend the Pecorino as a pleasant wine for aperitifs when it is something innovative and not too classic or well-known.

Producer

"... E' il nostro pianeta il protagonista assoluto della mia filosofia di produrre vini. In Agriverde vive l'essenza della raffinata sintesi armonica degli elimenti naturali: terra, acqua, sole, fuoco e...passione " Giannicola Di Carlo. Almost two centuries ago Camillo Di Carlo started as president of Agriverde and achieved the first successes in the field of wine production. Nowadays he is one of the most famous organic wine producers in southern Italy. Giannicola Di Carlo continues to run the business successfully today, thanks to the combination of tradition and innovation, with a strict ecological orientation. For him wine is alive and he describes it as the "son of the region". The climate, the soil and the relationship between man and nature are the perfect foundation for the excellent wines of Agriverde.

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"An exciting grape variety, which is mainly grown in Abruzzo. It is also partly cultivated in Latium, Marche or Umbria. We recommend the Pecorino as a pleasant wine for aperitifs when it is something innovative and not too classic or well-known.