The Passerina is a white grape variety mainly spread in the south of the Marche. Many researchers have studied its identity, so to boast an extensive bibliography and a high number of citations of the grapes on the most famous treatises of ampelography. However, its origins remain uncertain. Known by various names such as "Pagadebito Gentile", "Campolese" and "Uva Passera", the term "Passerina" is attributed to those grapes that have small berries often devoid of seeds.
Delicate floreal scent of white lilac. honeysucke and acacia, with scents of fruit (apple-wort and citrus fruit).
A fragrance of fruit, citrus fruit, pleasantly slightly acid, delicate structure.
Seafood, fried meals, pork.