Tre Castelli Bianco is made up of 80% Verdicchio with Malvasia and Trebbiano making up the other 20%.
The grapes come from clay-rich soils, typical of these family vineyards in Staffolo, in Italy’s Marche region, which give a beautiful dry texture and minerality. Grapes are harvested at night, gently pressed and cool fermented in stainless steel tanks, and bottled young after just a few months.
Straw-like in colour with lively aromas of white and citrus fruits, the palate is crisp, fresh and fruity, flavours of pear and melon with a hint of pineapple, finishing dry with a cleansing twist of lime on the finish.
Pairs superbly with shellfish, creamy cheeses like mozzarella, or antipasti.
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