A relatively little known grape in this country, it is among Italy's best whites. A roundness that accompanies food well, not as astringent as some better known whites from Italy. A real price/value winner!
The perfume is intense and persistent. One can recall in the nose clear sensations of fruit. For the taste, one immediately preceives the broad acidity and the spicy minerality, typical of a vine cultivated in Tufo. Immediately following, there are soft notes of balsamic.
Drink with raw fish, bufala mozzarella and first courses of white meats.