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In the glass it has a full, golden yellow colour. If brought close to the nose, there is an intense bouquet of oriental scents: rose petals, roselle, ginger, black tea, with underlying fresh citrus tones. The palate is presented with a play of flavours and sensations already recognised in the nose, with a good, clean finish which calls for another taste.
When to drink
It is a great aperitif and, because of its versatility, it can also be drunk with the antipasto. Its particular soft flavour matches perfectly with bitter foods. First courses or light soups, grilled bluefish or shellfish which it suits particularly well and even young cheeses.