We suggest: this Falanghina is the best dancing partner to your fish dishes with is lime peel and sea-breeze. It is light and fresh enough to also drink on its own. Serve it chilled (10 degrees C.).
Why we like it: born in the southern coastal area of Italy this Fiano has the warmth of the sun and the breath of the sea breeze. A bright aperitif with fruity notes of white peach and crisp profile, and a hint of the sea salt. Serve chilled at 10-12 degrees C and it is perfect for seafood.
What is it like? Nero di Troia is a more approachable red grape than some of its big, rustic red peers in Southern Italy, and so shorter waiting time before it is ready to drink. This wine is made with 100% of Nero di Troia and has the rich fruity notes of brandy red cherries, Balsamic nose, red pepper, with a medium body. The combination of acidity, fruitiness and mellow tannins make it a red wine that can go with fish nicely.
Serve at around 16 degrees C.
What is it like: this is an easy-going wine that projects the warmth of southern Italy, juicy red fruits, and modest tannins. Drink slightly chilled as aperitif, or normal (16 degrees) when you want to feel more of its fruity flavours.