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All about pecorino

What's pecorino wine?

Produced from native Italian grapes grown in the country's eastern coastal regions, pecorino wine is a dry variety. It has a lovely straw-yellow color with a crisp and refreshing flavor. Pecorino grapes have high acidity and high sugar content that balance out the flavor of the resulting wine. Marche, Abruzzo, Umbria and Tuscany are the top regions in Italy that grow this light-skinned grape.

The flavor profile of this white wine

White wines are popular for their refreshing crisp flavor that offers respite on a hot summer day. It's similar to pinot grigio, the second-most popular white wine in the U.S., as they are both dry white wines with citrusy notes and punching acidity.

Like pinot grigio, pecorino white wine features beautifully balanced acidity and complex minerality. It's a fresh-tasting white wine with subtle notes of soft fruits such as melon, pear and white peach and of florals including acacia and jasmine. The higher sugar content gives this beverage a slightly heavier mouthfeel.

Food pairings with this refreshing wine

Pecorino grape wine is medium-bodied and complements the mild tartness of sauces featuring tomatoes or goat cheese. It pairs with lightly flavored entrées such as steamed fish paired with a ginger-infused sauce or roast chicken topped with caramelized onions and roasted red peppers. It's no surprise that this drink goes well with pecorino cheese. The salty and nutty flavored cheese contrasts with the stimulating acidity of the wine, highlighting the subtle fruity flavors in the drink.

Connoisseurs of wine enjoy sampling the complex flavors that different varieties offer. To add pecorino to your collection, shop Drizly or see if we've made it to your city. Click these handy links to search for Drizly in your city, and look for liquor stores on Drizly near you.