Frascati Superiore DOCG "Racemo Organic Bianco"
The grapes used to produce the Frascati Superiore DOCG 'Racemo Bio Bianco' from the L'Olivella winery come from vineyards cultivated under organic farming methods. The planting density is 4,500 vines per hectare for approximately 80 ql/ha production.
Harvesting is slightly late, and only the best bunches are selected for white vinification. This is one of the wines with the most significant history and tradition, and still, today, represents one of the excellences in the panorama of great Italian whites.
- Type: White Wine
- Grape: Malvasia del Lazio, Trebbiano Giallo, Trebbiano Toscano, Malvasia di Candia, Bellone
- Alcohol: 13,00%
- Vintage: 2020
- Region: Lazio
- Bottle size: 750 ml
- Serving temperature: 10° C
- Matching: Perfect with fish dishes, white meats, or with a board of semi-mature cheeses.
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Cradle of civilization, Lazio is a region where the food and wine tradition and especially the Roman one, are affected by Jewish influence. Authentic traditional cuisine is savoured in Roman trattorias and taverns where the first courses are the masters. The first courses are characterized by being born as popular preparations, created with simple and peasant ingredients. Pasta is the undisputed queen of bucatini all'Amatriciana, Spaghetti alla Carbonara, Tonnarelli Cacio e Pepe and Gricia. The region also boasts numerous excellences regarding the products of Pecorino Romano PDO, Abbacchio Romano PGI, Porchetta di Ariccia PGI and Artichoke Romanesco PGI.
L'Olivella has founded in 1986 thanks to the intuition of an Apulian winegrower Umberto Notarnicola and Piedmontese oenologist Bruno Violo, located in the heart of the Castelli Romani a few kilometres from Rome. Goethe described this area as a 'paradise', particularly suited to viticulture thanks to the characteristics of the soil of volcanic origin. The farm L'Olivella is a dynamic, young and innovative reality. For over 20 years, a pioneer of organic wines in Lazio from traditional grapes in respect and tradition of the territory. Hectares under vine: 12