Idi Di Marzo was one of the first wineries in Abruzzo to believe in the rediscovery of the ancient Pecorino grape variety, which had nearly disappeared for many decades. Pecorino offers an incredible sensory bouquet that perfectly balances its medium-bodied structure.
On the nose, it displays delicate aromas of citrus fruits, orange blossoms, and vegetal notes. On the palate, it is a fresh and well-balanced wine that leaves a long-lasting perception of lychee and citrus flavors.
Pecorino pairs perfectly with raw fish or fresh cheeses. It can also be enjoyed with white meats and delicate pasta dishes, allowing for a delightful culinary exploration.