Home to Colle Corviano, an undiscovered gem of ancient roots, the Central Italian region of the Abruzzi is rich in extensive mountain vegetation and gentle sea breezes from the Adriatic Sea. Almost 3.000 years of constant uninterrupted presence of Man have developed the presence of agricultural and pastoral communities such as those originating on Colle Corviano. The aromas of this easy drinking juicy white are delightful: Citrus, tangerine and stone fruit make up the core. A bright and refreshing white wine ending with a lovely stony minerality. Trebbiano is one of Europe’s most popular varietals first narrated by Pliny the Young over 2.000 years ago in Central Italy. This great wine inevitably has a strong sense of place, and is a product of both the natural environment and human culture in which it is born.


Pale straw with light green hues. Intense bouquet of ripe apple and peaches, with pleasing acid touch and mineral sapidity. Italian porchetta, caprese salad, seafood salad, Seafood pasta or risotto, grilled fish.