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Primary Notes: Floral
Origin & Awards
Origin: Marche, Italy
Maker: Ciù Ciù
Grape: Trebbiano Blend
Fermentation: Organic Steel Only
Serving Temperature: Best enjoyed at 10-12 degrees
Asian Food Pairing: xo prawn, salted egg squid, Yong Tau foo
Western Food Pairing: Truffle Tagliatelle, hummus, chicken Cesar
Ciù Ciù Falerio "Oris" ORGANIC DOP 2021
"I want nobody nobody but (ci)ù, I want nobody nobody but (ci)ù" - oh yeah we went there...
A blend of Trebbiano, Passerina, Pecorino. Ciu Ciu Falerio Oris is a delicate, straw yellow color white. A tinge of green shades that emphasizes its light acidity and freshness. The bouquet is sweet with honeysuckle, peach fruit and white flowers perfume. The palate that Ciu Ciu Falerio Oris brings is fresh, but not too acidic, with a good fruitiness and textured, oily roundness.
Organically farmed and carefully produced, this is an excellent vegan wine. Falerio is the name of the 'denominazione' (the protected name of the wine's production zone), which comes form the Roman name of the city around which the wine was produced. This wine is produced in the hilly territories of the Ascoli Piceno province, approximately 300 metres above sea level. A blend of Pecorino and Passerina, successfully joined with Trebbiano. Ennoble and characterize the wine, that can be drunk few months after the harvest.
The Ciù Ciù organic Winery is located in the heart of the Piceno hills, at Offida (Ascoli Piceno), in the Rosso Piceno Superiore production area and its vineyards extend over an area of 15o hectares. The winery’s commitment and tradition, along with the conviction that wine should be the most authentic expression of the land, provide the basis of a vast range of wines: from the Passerina and Pecorino grape varieties indigenous to the Marche region – rediscovered thanks to the efforts of just a small number of winemakers – to the more well known Montepulciano, Sangiovese, Merlot, Cabernet, Barbera, Pinot and Chardonnay.
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