- Type: White
- Country: Italy
- Region: Abruzzo
- Vintage: NV
- Producer: Amodo
- Primary grape: Pecorino
- Bottle size: 75cl
- List price: £5.63
- Code: 36944
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Zesty, herbaceous or aromatic whites
- High-acid cheeses such as goats’ or sheeps’ cheese e.g. crottin de Chavignol, pecorino. Lightly smoked cheese
- Calamari, cerviche. Delicate white fish e.g. sole. Fried with chips, kedgeree, mackerel, shellfish, smoked trout
- Anise, bay leaf, caraway, chervil, coriander, dill, ginger, lemongrass, mint, oregano, parsley, tarragon
- Steamed, braised chicken, pork, veal
- Light creamy herb, fishbased sauces, olive oil or light cream e.g. clam sauce. Apple with less-dry wines, tartare sauce
- Good with Thai dishes (less sweet) and moderately spiced fish and shellfish dishes e.g. fish or chicken tagine, harissa
- Asparagus, avocado, goat’s cheese, smoked-fish salads. Olives, peas, spinach, vegetarian quiches
About the Wine
This white wine is made by Amodo in Abruzzo. Just perfect with chicken, pork, pastry with rich buttery and creamy sauces. Formed from primarily Pecorino grapes, this wine is vegetarian. To the best of our knowledge, this wine is wine is an on-trade exclusive. Supplied by Enoitalia.
Walter Zuccotto wished to produce some classic Italian varietal wines, showing the pure traditional character of the grape, but married with the benefits of modern wine making. So Amodo was created to showcase this vision. He chose the region of Terre Di Chieti and the Pecorino grape for the white, a long forgotten variety from Abruzzo, which is now enjoying something of a revival.
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