Average Price of 750ml bottle, ex-tax in USD: $18
|Critic||Score||When to drink|
|Jancis Robinson||15/20||2013 to 2014|
|Award Organization||Award Year||Result|
|Decanter World Wine Awards||2013||Bronze|
|International Wine Challenge||2013||Silver|
|Herbal, grassy notes dominate soft peachy fruit. hints of pithy almond, steely but smooth texture. Clean finish.|
Pecorino is a light-skinned wine grape used in Italy's eastern coastal regions. It is most notably used in Marche and Abruzzo to produce dry, mineral-scented wines. A classic Pecorino-based wine is straw-yellow in color and has an elegantly floral bouquet of acacia and jasmine, sometimes spiced with a faint hint of licorice. As a blending component, the variety's most common partners are Passerina and Trebbiano.
Colline Pescaresi IGT is one of several IGT titles used in the Abruzzo region of central Italy. It was created in 1995, when the IGT category was first rolled out throughout the country, and covers the Pescara province. It is complemented by Abruzzo's two other provincial IGT titles – Terre di Chieti and Colli Aprutini – which cover the neighboring Chieti and Teramo provinces respectively.
One would be forgiven for assuming that Colline Pescaresi (which means 'hills of Pesc ... more
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