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Villa angela Pecorino - white

The reason why this variety shares its name with a wellknown type of cheese remains uncertain, but could refer to the seasonal movements of shepherds and their flocks in those regions where this grape variety grows. The origins of Pecorino are in the Marche region. It is grown for its early ripening, but the low yields of this variety have resulted in many producers abandoning it in favour of more prolific ones. Pecorino prefers cool, high-altitude hilly country and belongs to the large family of the Trebbiani, that of the Amineas

Straw yellow with greenish reflections
Pleasant, intense and refined smell with hints of exotic fruit, citrus fruits, acacia and jasmine flowers, balsamic herbs, hawthorn and banana, mixed with other new, unusual and original sensations, all of which very pleasant
In the mouth, a freshness prevails that enhances the characteristics of the varietal aromas. This wine manages to combine an acid taste, fresh and sweet at the same time. An uncommon elegance that results in its appealing to even the most discerning palate
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