Saladini Pilastri was one of the first winemaking estates to adopt organic farming in Italy. The Pecorino grape is native to the Ascoli region. It thrives best in the fresh environment of the mid-mountain slopes, which experience wide temperature variations. This early-ripening grape produces a wine of great structure and character. Intriguing minerality, with notes of citrus characterize this high quality, classic wine. Like all great white wines, its flavors are best accompanying fine cheeses, classic fish and poultry dishes typical around the region of the Adriatic.
Saladini Pilastri Pecorino
Tasting Notes from Pinto Wines
|Notes of citrus, white peach, pear and tropical fruit
|Intriguing sapid and mineral notes with citrus nuances.
|Medium, Crisp dry style
|soft maceration and fermentation in vitrified cement tanks at a controlled temperature. Aging “sur lies” in concrete for at least 6 months with frequent batonnage.
|Some potential for ageing