Organic Pecorino is greeny-yellow and has a pleasant floral nose with clean, refined aromas of banana, apple, hazelnut and plum followed by a hint of vanilla. The mouth follows the nose, a slightly round attack however balanced, agreeable crispness, good body and intense flavours.
Food Match: Great companion for seafood, risotto or grilled cheese.
||Organic, Vegan, Sugar Free
||1g/l Residual Sugar Only
||30mg/l Natural & Added Sulphites
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Located near the towns of Offida and Acquaviva Picena, in Ascoli Piceno province
Certified organic and suitable for vegetarians & vegans, no eggs of dairy is used in the production.
Story: The Ciu’ Ciu’ farm was founded in 1970 by Natalino Bartolomei and Anna Maria Iobbi and it is not far away from Offida, a medieval village that is rich on traditions. Today the brothers Massimiliano and Walter, thanks to the passion and experience of their father Natalino, continue the job of vine-growing. The farm, in the centre DOCG Offida production area, has a vineyard of 180 ha. In the striking and charming Marche’s Hills the time seems to be stopped to tell everyone the history and its origins. A little ancient world where the past lives in the presents and the solidity of its traditions blends with the strength of the innovations in the continuous search of the quality. In this environment the farm Ciù Ciù matured its conviction that the wine must be the most authentic expression of the origin’s territory. This is the production’s philosophy of the farm. In the family run business firm works a group of technicians that has the aim to restore the oenology and the wine heredity of the wines of Marche. The vineyard growing systems that have low environmental as well as biological impact made the Ciù Ciù wines famous in the local and international market.
The decanted must ferments in medium-sized oak barrels; where the wine is aged for approx 6 months with on lees. 3 months in bottles.