Co-planted with various other types of symbiotic plants and cultivated at between 300-550 metres above sea level, Bianco di Ampeleia is an interesting character. Grown, harvested and processed (with a five day maceration period and six months of ageing in concrete tanks) by the new generation of young wine-makers at Ampeleia, this wine is moderately acidic with a medium-light body. Its almost golden yellow-orange colour connects with the orchard blossom, floral aroma to give you a mental image of the ground from which it grew and the land from where it comes. With a swirl, will the wine will release a touch of sweet honey. Once upon the palate, the richer tones of stone fruits are revealed, followed by a light citrus finish. This is a nice, easy and rather drinkable white to enjoy with almost any food you can imagine!