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    Illirio is a distinctive hill in the Cori growing district, notable for its well-structured, clayey soil and exceptionally sunny aspect, combined with good day-night temperature fluctuations caused by the cool currents of air coming off the Lepini Mountains. 
    Classification: Cori Doc Bianco
    Type of wine: white
    Grape varieties: Bellone 50% - Malvasia del Lazio 30% - Greco 20%
    Alcohol content: 13 %

    Colour: brilliant straw yellow colour
    Bouquet: fruity and fragrant nose
    Taste: intense and mineral palate, harmonic and persistent
    Pairings: to be paired with delicate pasta dishes, vegetables and fish
    Serving temperature: 8-10 °C
    Preservation: Store in a cool, dry place
    Consumption: to be drunk young

    Located: Illirio hill
    Altitude: 200-250
    Soil: Volcanic-clayey
    Training Systems: Rows
    Yield per hectare: 80-90 q
    Harvest period: 10th September – 20th September

    Perfect with delicate dishes, fresh vegetables, and fish dishes
    Featured in our tasting menu with:
    Buckwheat lasagnetta with pumpkin, romanesco cauliflower, stracchino cheese, and toasted almonds
    Tagliatelle, spring vegetable, and stracchino cheese timbale