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La Piuma Pecorino NV

Member Review by terroir360:

Sweet notes of apple and pear tease your nose and, coupled with lighter hints of jasmine, combine to make the perfect complement to a seafood feast of fresh fish and oysters. The mild acidity is enjoyable yet not overbearing. You will want to share with friends and family but will probably think twice before doing so with a limited release of; you may reserve this one for more special occasions. La Piuma Pecorino hails from the Abruzzo wine region of Italy, situated two hours east of Rome between the Adriatic Sea and the Maiella Mountains, where the vines enjoy a unique microclimate subject to varying temperatures featuring plenty of sunshine and rainfall. The region’s rich vinicultural history stretches back to the fourth or sixth century B.C.—depending on which story you hear—and, after a lengthy decline in production due to a thinning local population, the region has finally seen a dramatic resurgence over the last 40-50 years.

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Region: Italy » Abruzzi

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Winery: La Piuma
Color: White
Variety: Pecorino
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Snooth User: terroir360
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0.00 5
02/01/2013

Sweet notes of apple and pear tease your nose and, coupled with lighter hints of jasmine, combine to make the perfect complement to a seafood feast of fresh fish and oysters. The mild acidity is enjoyable yet not overbearing. You will want to share with friends and family but will probably think twice before doing so with a limited release of; you may reserve this one for more special occasions. La Piuma Pecorino hails from the Abruzzo wine region of Italy, situated two hours east of Rome between the Adriatic Sea and the Maiella Mountains, where the vines enjoy a unique microclimate subject to varying temperatures featuring plenty of sunshine and rainfall. The region’s rich vinicultural history stretches back to the fourth or sixth century B.C.—depending on which story you hear—and, after a lengthy decline in production due to a thinning local population, the region has finally seen a dramatic resurgence over the last 40-50 years.


Snooth User: j888
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3.50 5
01/16/2013

Three and a half glasses



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