A skin-contact white from the indigenous Italian varieties grown and made by nuns in a monastery in Lazio, under the tutelage of the prolific winemaker, Paolo Bea.
The vines were first planted in 1963 and are still managed and owned by the nuns. Farming is organic practices, no chemicals save the common copper-sulfur treatments. This vintage in particular had a re-fermentation in the bottle, which sometimes happens with wines bottled with low or no added sulfites like this. Therefore, the wine has become deliciously frizzante.
This is a natural wine - don't be worried if there is a bit of sediment at the bottom or if it's bit cloudy, that's how it's supposed to be!
Fresh herbal aromatics alongside delicate fruit, earth, citrus pith, and a savoury grip.