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Betonica – Grechetto Colli Martani DOP

 4,50

Bottle 0,75 L

TECHNICAL AND SENSORY NOTES

Wine made from Grechetto grapes, aged in steel. And ‘the wine of the Umbrian tradition and territory. It has floral aromas, strong flavor and full bodied, with a slightly bitter finish. The combinations are traditional or vegetable soups, risotto, white meats and fish.

ORIGIN OF NAME

“Betonica officinalis”, commonly called “Betony,” is a very common medicinal plant in central Italy. According to folk etymology, it would have in the past given its name to the current town of Bettona. It is no coincidence that even today in his coat of arms see the leaves oval, almost certainly attributable to such plant. In vogue in the past for its benefits, the betony is still a widely used plant for the digestive properties and for stimulating properties. Soothing and invigorating, the betony was chosen as the name for Bettona probably for the quiet that you live in its territory and the force that has always characterized its inhabitants. In confirmation of its reputation it must be recognized that it is mentioned in many such well known throughout Italy as: “To have more virtue of betony” and “Being known as the betony”.

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Description

Name

Betonica – Grechetto Colli Martani D.O.P.

Type of wine White

grapes grechetto

Color

Bright straw yellow with greenish reflections

Perfume

Delicate, recalls floral suggestions and aromas of yellow and tropical fruit pulp

Flavor

Full, velvety, delicately fruity with hints of honey, harmonious with a pleasantly bitter aftertaste. At the table Table wine, it goes well with appetizers of all types, pasta and simple or stuffed soups, risottos, fish dishes of all kinds, shellfish, white meat, omelettes, vegetables and soft cheeses

Service temperature

10 ° -12 ° C

Aging

It is a wine to drink young and after aging in bottle for some months

Alcohol content

12.5 to 13% vol.

Additional information

Weight 1 kg
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