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The name "Peko" come from Pecorino, a grape variery with a past linked ot the pastoral tradition of the Piceno area. According to legend, during the cattle drives, this grape - already ripe - was the favorite food of the sheep. So, shepherds called it the "Sheep's grape."

A romantic symbol of man's indissoluble bond with the land and the vines which still characterize our history. Pecorino is a variety that goes back a long way.


GRAPE VARIETY: 100% Pecorino

VINEYARDS: At 350 meters above sea level. Guyot system: 4.000 vines per hectare

VINIFICATION: Destemming and soft pressing in reduction (in absence of oxygen ), with lowering of temperature of the crushed grapes using CO2

MATURATION: In steel at a controlled temperature. Slow fermentation at 10°-20°C

AGING: Three months in bottle at 15°C


Color: pale yellow with light green glints

Aroma: intense, rich, greenish nuances. Distinct applescents, apple scents, against a tropical background

Flavor: intense, full and fresh. Full-bodied. Minerality and structure soften the alcoholic impact. Lingering, slightly almond finish.

ALCOHOL: From 13.5%*

(* Depending on the year, the analytical values may vary slightly)

SERVING SUGGESTIONS: Excellent with plain stuffed pasta, broths and fish in general; yet also white meats with sauce made from herbs, fresh cheese or mushrooms


SHELF LIFE: Two years (preferably)

La Canosa, Pecorino Offida 'Peko' DOCG, 2022

SKU: 12185_2022
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