The Pepe family have been growing grapes between the Adriatic Sea and the Appenine Mountains in Abruzzo since the late 1800's. They work the vineyards biodynamically, producing soulful, old-school wines that taste as if they were from another age. Their Pecorino is the least famous of their wines, but is also the rarest. This comes from young vines planted by the Pepe's in 2006 and has only been made since the 2010 harvest, planted over the region's characteristic clay-limestone soils. Less structured than their Trebbiano, this is lean and intense with flavours of citrus and herbs.

Country
Italy / Abruzzo
Colour
White
Grape
Pecorino
Bottle Size
75cl
Year
2016

Emidio Pepe

The Pepe family have been growing grapes between the Adriatic Sea and the Appenine Mountains in Abruzzo since the late 1800’s. They work the vineyards biodynamically, producing soulful, old-school wines that taste as if they were from another age. Their takes on Trebbiano, Montelpulciano and more recently, Pecorino are nothing short of epic and are built to age.

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Pecorino
Pecorino

Pecorino, 2016
Emidio Pepe

£ 75.00
75cl
White

The Pepe family have been growing grapes between the Adriatic Sea and the Appenine Mountains in Abruzzo since the late 1800's. They work the vineyards biodynamically, producing soulful, old-school wines that taste as if they were from another age. Their Pecorino is the least famous of their wines, but is also the rarest. This comes from young vines planted by the Pepe's in 2006 and has only been made since the 2010 harvest, planted over the region's characteristic clay-limestone soils. Less structured than their Trebbiano, this is lean and intense with flavours of citrus and herbs.

Country
Italy / Abruzzo
Colour
White
Grape
Pecorino
Bottle Size
75cl
Year
2016

Emidio Pepe

The Pepe family have been growing grapes between the Adriatic Sea and the Appenine Mountains in Abruzzo since the late 1800’s. They work the vineyards biodynamically, producing soulful, old-school wines that taste as if they were from another age. Their takes on Trebbiano, Montelpulciano and more recently, Pecorino are nothing short of epic and are built to age.

More wines by Emidio Pepe