Pale straw-yellow color; intense nose with hints of spring flowers; soft and fresh on the palate with a good lingering, aromatic flavor.
This crisp white wine has fresh floral aromas and is pleasantly fruity on the palate. Try it with roast white meats or simply on its own. Best served chilled.
Brilliant, yellow-green in color. Particularly fruity and elegant on the nose, and on the palate rich, smooth and pleasing. Grape varieties used are those typical to the Orvieto Classico area. The composition is as follows: Procanico 40% Grechetto 27% Verdello 15% Drupeggio & Malvasia 3% Chardonnay 15% .
Moscato & Chardonnay. Pale straw color with fine, delicate bubbles. Delicate aromas of peach, yellow apples and candied citrus. Delicate aromas of peach, yellow apples and candied citrus. Sweet yet refreshing with a lingering finish. Highly versatile. A great aperitif and equally splendid with white meats, classic Italian dishes, and spicy foods. Enjoy well chilled.
Color Brilliant pale yellow with hints of green Bouquet - Ripe sub-tropical fruits and citrus aromas. Very lively and enticing. Taste - Medium bodied and dry with elegant balance. The fruit and citrus aromas on the nose evolve on the palate in an array of fruit flavors.
This wine has an accentuated personality and results straw gold in colour with greenish reflects, intense, fruity perfume with typical hints of this grape variety. On the palate is full, armonic and with a long finish.
Light yellow with greenish hues. Soft entrance, salty, good acidity, persistent taste.
Part of the Duetto Corvo Line, a first in combining a native grape variety with an international classic. The Insolia & Chardonnay blend creates a wine with an intriguing perfume and a zestfully fruity flavour, perfect as an aperitif but also to accompany original recipes with an exotic touch.
Mamertino is a delicious white wine with a slight natural sweetness and a touch of effervescence, a harmonious balance which makes it perfect for sipping and complements a wide variety of foods and desserts. History records that when Julius Caesar was elected Counsel of Rome, he commissioned a special wine to be made in honor of the occasion, and called this wine Mamertino. The grapes used in making Mamertino are Trebbiano and Biancale, when pressed together produce a natural sparkle. Mamertino is imported exclusively by Lo Duca Bros. to the United States. Serve chilled.