About the project


Chardonnay Colline Pescaresi


Chardonnay was introduced into the Abruzzi at the end of the nineteenth century and was immediately successful in terms of quality. Today, it is recognized as one of its most popular varietals. The Abruzzo region is bordered by the dramatic landscape and terroir of the Maiella and Gran Sasso mountain ranges, home to one of the area’s most celebrated rivers, the Nora.

Fresh fruit flavors blend harmoniously with an appealing, crisp acidity that lingers on the palate. An enticing bouquet of ripe apple, lemon and tropical fruit renders all types of seafood a natural pairing for this wine. It also makes a great aperitif wine to sip on a warm summer’s night.

Fassone beef tartare served wheat flour shavings and bitter almonds

Ristorante La Bandiera, Civitella Casanova