They say that fortune favours the brave. But misfortune cheers the spirit. It couldn’t be any other way when serving a round of Offida Passerina DOCG. It’s an honest wine, it speaks how it drinks, in dialect. Its name is Agello, like the district of Ripatransone, like one of the city’s castles and like one of the five peaks depicted on the coat of arms. The cat? Don’t worry. He meows a lot, but does not bite.
Production area: Ripatransone and surrounding areas.
Average yield per hectare: 8/9 tons of grapes.
Organoleptic characteristics: Pale straw, yellow colour. This wine has a fruity flavour of green apple and it picks up some hints of acacia and broom on maturing. The taste is fruity, pleasant and persistent.
Vinification: Without skins with must debourbage and controlled temperature fermentation.
Harvest time: Second half of October.
Picking method: By hand.
Serving suggestions: Ideal with fish-based dishes and light courses in general
Serving temperature: We recommend serving at 10°/12°.