£57.40/ 0.75 L btl
A vine native to the south of the Marches and northern Abruzzo, in an area between the Tronto river and the Aprutini Hills normally cultivated on high ground, the Pecorino is the last entrance of the Pepe company. Vineyard exposed to the North and vinified with the same method of the Trebbiano d'Abruzzo, it comes out a wide and aromatic Pecorino wine since young, with a nice acidity and an important structure.
Emidio Pepe is the confirmation that producing great wines while respecting territoriality is possible. Emilio Pepe’s Azienda Slow Wine Chiocciola winery, praised to the skies, is an all-round biodynamic reality, which raises the flag for craftsmanship to defend a product, the Montepulciano and Trebbiano, which is the cornerstone of Abruzzo viticulture. The wines have a country-style taste, ancestral, concrete and straight-forward, without compromise. This is demonstrated by...