This is the en rama version of an old favourite and one that I have pursued for over a year – just never seemed to coincide with it until by chance I spotted it on the Coalla Gourmet tweet stream last week.
It is a lovely little bottle of wine, yeasty bakery on the nose, with citrus and sea air in the background. On the palate it is salty citrus fruit – quiet at first then intense and zingy – then salt and pepper that lasts a long time, mouth watering all the while. Really good stuff. Drinking it with salty pecorino cheese the fruitiness comes out.
A class wine full of flavour.