Producer: Feudi Bizantini

Grape: Pecorino 100%

Pronunciation: ‘Peh-kor-ino’

Region: Abruzzo, Italy

Zone: DOC of Crecchio

Producer Info: 

Feudi Bizantini is a young project founded by a group of wine lovers whom have joined their efforts to produce wines that show the best of the Abruzzo region. Here, all their wines show individual personality and are really approachable from the moment you open them.

The Pecorino grape is a legendary story of a variety that was literally brought back from the brink of extinction. Elegant and rigorous. It is a benchmark wine that embodies power and smoothness. It is one of Abruzzo’s top white wines.

Tasting note:

So this is how it should be. Kaffir lime leaf, grapefruit pith and tinned pineapple, with lots of white florals on the nose. It's waxy and bright on the palate, without a hint of oil or too much ripeness. That classic central-Italian bitterness and a lick of salt finish up. This is tight, classy pecorino and definitely worth a look.

Growing System:  Guyot

Soil Composition: Clay and calcareous marl

Production: All parcels of juice were fermented in stainless steel tanks. 3 months ageing in stainless steel.

Alcohol (%): 13%