- Type: White
- Country: Italy
- Region: Abruzzo
- Vintage: NV
- Producer: Marchesi Ervani
- Primary grape: Trebbiano/Ugni Blanc
- Bottle size: 75cl
- List price: £5.72
- Code: 35689
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Dry, refreshing, delicate, light whites
- Very mild-flavoured cheeses e.g. Caerphilly, Cheddar (mild). Cream cheese e.g. ricotta. Feta, halloumi, mozzarella
- Clam chowder, cerviche, haddock, halibut, hake, mussels, oysters, prawns and shrimps, sardines, scallops, sushi, trout
- Basil, chives, dill, fennel, mustard, parsley, saffron, sage, thyme, wasabi
- Light chicken dishes, black pudding, goose, guinea fowl, ham, pork, veal
- Aioli, beurre blanc with lemon, light olive oil and fish-based sauces e.g. marinara. Contrasts well with rich sauces
- The lightest spiced seafood dishes
- Caesar, feta, green, light seafood, niçoise, rocket, tomato and mozzarella, Waldorf salads. Courgette, cucumber, risotto
About the Wine
This terrific white Wine from Marchesi Ervani is crafted in Abruzzo. This wine is exclusive to Matthew Clark, you won't find it at multiple retailers. Available in 75cl bottles, imported by Enoitalia. Trebbiano d'Abruzzo, Marchesi Ervani is a mouth-watering wine, made from Trebbiano/Ugni Blanc grapes. This screwcap wine is one of a growing number in our list that can be enjoyed by vegan drinkers. Zesty and zippy, makes fish and seafood dishes shine. This a core range wine.
This grape is used to create Cognac and Brandy for its high acidity and low in sugar. The wine is generally dry and crisp, but with a fresh and fruity flavor and a bitter almond note at the end.
- Citrus Zest
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