Originating from the 16th century, this vine can be found throughout the Abruzzo region. The grapes are harvested by hand in mid-September when the grapes have an acidic content that guarantees freshness to the wine. The fermentation yeasts are indigenous selected from the flora of the territory and linked to its biodiversity. Fermentation is carried out at a controlled temperature. The maturation at the end of fermentation on the good lees makes it acquire complex and important tones.
Straw yellow in color, it has a delicate and floral bouquet to the nose, in particular with notes of white flowers, smoky and hazelnut. On the palate it is citrusy, savory, long, mineral and fresh.