Grape variety: Chardonnay. Tasting notes: nose of butter and spices. The mouth is rounded and voluptuous. Pairing suggestions: Try with roast fillet of veal with Dublin Bay Prawns, lobster and chicken fricassee with spring vegetables or wild duck served with a quince puree.
Grape variety: Grillo. Ageing: in tanks. Tasting notes: fresh bouquet with notes of tropical fruit combined with scents of wildflowers. A soft palate, the fruity notes return combined with pleasant freshness. Pairing suggestions: It matches perfectly with gourmet panini, vegetarian dishes, seafood starters.
Grape variety: Ansonica, Catarratto, Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc e Viognier. Ageing: in stainless steel. Tasting notes: notes of white peach combined with a citrus note of grapefruit, revealing delicate floral sensations and hints of aromatic herbs. The palate is enlivened by a fresh savory streak. Pairing Suggestions: Perfect when paired with
Grape variety: Trebbiano 100%. Tasting notes: fruity and floral with aromas of medlar, peach and orange blossom. Full-bodied, quite well-balanced, intense and persistent. Pairing suggestions: Excellent with fish, light first courses and typical Japanese cooking.
Grape variety: Grillo. Ageing: on the lees. Tasting notes: Clear yellow colour with green reflections; on the nose the primary varietal aromas of citrus, white peach and tropical fruit. Fresh and smooth on the palate. Pairing suggestions: As a fresh aperitif; ideal with fried vegetables and fish, pasta with sea
Grape variety: typical white grape varieties of Abruzzo region. Tasting notes: delicate aromas, which recall those of flowers, fresh and vibrant. Delicate in the mouth, yet plenty of lively fresh fruit and penetrating flavour. Pairing suggestions: ideal companion of mixed salads and first courses, delicate sea dishes and grilled fish.