A fresh, lively and persistent aroma that is reminiscent of grapes still on the vine. The soft and balanced taste yields an enjoyable aftertaste that recalls the aromas of fermentation.
It's a perfect time of year for entertaining outdoors with fresh fruit, cheese, and, of course, wine! Abby Laub, from Chevy Chaser Magazine, researched some of Lexington's local wine and cheese shops. Among her chosen features is a great cheese pairing for Italo Cescon Pinot Nero and Italo Cescon Chardonnay with mouth watering, Artisan cheeses from Sapori d'Italia.
Italo Cescon's vineyard is located in the Veneto region of Northeastern Italy. The area of Doc Piave, in which Italo Cescon cultivates 80 ha of vineyards , covers a vast plain of Veneto that is confined to the south by the Adriatic Sea, to the northwest by the gentle hills of Valdobbiadene and Conegliano, is crossed by the river Piave, and to northeast it borders the region Friuli Venezia Giuli