Pecorino seems to score so well on the price to flavour scale. This hasn’t the densest, most intense fruit but what there is swells so well in the mouth and shows real character. Not much up front but pears, a bit of stone fruit and a nutty twist emerge with a clean fresh tingle to finish. Googling the producer shows quite a sizeable organic set up. Their Montepulciano d’Abruzzo looks a must try if it turns up on one of those lovely Ital supermarket shelves, Good honest fruit here turned, without tinkering, into a simple deliciousness.
13% alcohol. Diam. 5.90 euros, how do they do it?
88 delicious punti.