||White charmat method sparkling wine brut
||Native grape variety once cultivated in the centre of town Italy among the hills of the Marche and Abruzzo. It belongs to the family of Trebbiani vines, despite having a lower productivity than to the average for this category. It is said that the name "Pussy" comes from the fact that its berries, sweet and were delicious food for the Sparrows. The vine is today cultivated mainly in the Piceno area, in Abruzzo and the province of Frosinone. It is produced both as a still wine and as a sparkling wine.
||Hills of the Marches region
||Altitude. 200-300 m. a.s.l.
||Sandy clay loam medium texture.
||Manual from mid September.
||White wine through soft pressing.
||In autoclave 3 months, in bottle for at least 2 months.
||Excellent as an aperitif, ideal for accompanying seafood-based first courses and second courses.
||Price Valdo Passerina Brut € 6.60