Denominazione di Origine Controllata
Trebbiano from 20 to 50%, Passerina from 10 to 30%, Pecorino from 10 to 30% and may contribute up to a maximum of 20%, other non-aromatic white grape varieties.
it is produced in the province of Ascoli Piceno in the areas suitable for cultivation with the exception of land in the valley and excessively humid, and those situated at an altitude higher than 700m above the sea level.
Perfuse wine, fresh smell of green pomes fruits and flowers of acacia and peach.
The taste is dry, harmonious and slightly tangy acidity.
11°-1 3° (in ice bucket)
Appetizers, soups and pasta dishes from the Marches. Excellent as an aperitif.
The ancient history of the Falerio dei Colli Ascolani is already written in the name, typically Roman, the wine that comes from the ancient city of Faleria. The Falerio dei Colli Ascolani, remains a living testimony of the fame that, from the days of imperial Rome, have had the wines of the Picenum. The hills between Falerone and Fermo, where today stretch the vineyards of Falerio, have seen the baptism of arms of the famous Roman orator and philosopher Cicero who, at only 18 years, participated in the armies of Pompey Strabo at the lost battle of the Roman against the Piceno’s army. In the archives of the town of Fermo there have been found hints of Faleria wines dating from the XIIIth century.
Pale straw yellow colour. When the harvest is anticipated to get very fresh wine aromas and lively acidity, it is noticeable shades of green.