Offida Passerina Igt
|Eye||Pale yellow with greenish hues on glass|
|Nose||A fruity smell has elegant with hints of apple and flowers|
|Mouth||Dry & pleasantly acidic|
|Pairings||Fish based dishes|
|Appellation||Passerina Marche Igt|
|Place of Production||N/A|
|Wine bottle size||0,75 L Standard|
Marche IGT is the region-wide IGT title used in the Marche region of eastern central Italy. The appellation also covers a wide range of wine styles.
A Marche IGT Bianco may be made from any of the grape varieties approved for white wine in Marche.
Passerina is an ancient and traditional grape variety used in the white wines of the Marche wine region of central Italy. It is thought to be a mutation of "Biancame" (the name by which the Bianchello grape is known in Marche), and it is often confused with Bombino Bianco and Trebbiano Toscano.