Three layers of creamy chocolate and a biscuit base: these are the essential mouthwatering elements that Chef Enrico Mazzaroni uses to make his Chocolate Cake at the Tiglio di Montemonaco Restaurant. The chocolate goes perfectly with a Passerina Passito wine, the softness of which is mitigated with a hint of acidity, thus exalting the opulence of this dessert. […]
Passerina grapes were once considered unsuitable for wine-making from just one, unblended variety, and this is why it is not so well known. In actual fact, it reveals a very pleasant bouquet and a body that makes it an elegant wine, let’s say almost a lady’s wine. It is crystal clear, straw yellow in colour, […]
Out of all the Picenos branded wines, Passerina Passito, made from dried grapes, is maybe one of the most appreciable.
This is a less traditional variant of the Passerina grape variety. Historically speaking, the sparkling wine tradition was not so popular although recent experiments have lead to obtaining a good quality product.