Pecorino [peh-koh-REE-noh]

Pecorino is an early-ripening white wine grape mainly grown in the Marche, Abruzzo, Umbria and Lazio regions of Italy. Pecorino is an indiginous red grape variety that makes a superb white wine. The Pecorino grape makes an off dry aromatic white wine.
Pecorino has been revived in the Abruzzi region of Italy and also the neighboring Marche region where there is a specific appellation called Offida Pecorino given to the production of wines from the Pecorino grape.

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