Il Bianco di Casa IGT, Romagnoli
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Il Bianco di Casa IGT, Romagnoli - 2018

Item # 25597 750mL
$9.96/ Single Bottle
$119.52 $107.57/ Case of 12
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Tasting Notes

Refreshingly zippy and light, this thirst quencher has a non-aggressive citrus acidity and a touch of textured peach pit making it a fine partner to pasta, chicken, and all manner of fish.

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Staff Pick Notes

This Verdicchio-dominant blend is hand harvested from vineyards in Morro d'Alba, near the Adriatic coast. A crisp white wine, it is an ideal match for watching summer sunsets--though, it also does the trick when dreaming about them on cold nights. In fact, this wine has all the hallmarks of an everyday, go-to bottle. It provides versatile pairing potential at an amazing price. On the palate, Hello citrus! This wine shows lots of it--lemon, navel orange, pomelo, pink grapefruit. Underneath these bright and buoyant flavors lies even more refreshment, with slight hints of spearmint & juniper. It almost reminds me of a gin cocktail, but with the emphasis on the botanicals rather than the spirit. Stock up on this and you'll be prepared for anything, whether it's a steaming bowl of pasta or a picnic!


About the Producer

Cantina Romagnoli Contrada S. Maria del Fiore, Marches, Italy This wine comes from a small family business located in the Marches, the easternmost region in the central belt of Italy between Tuscany and Umbria along the Adriatic coast. The Romagnoli family settled in this hilly terrain in the 18th century near Contrada S. Maria del Fiore: “Saint Maria of the Flowers.” There in the municipality...

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Astor's Glossary of Terms


This white Italian grape variety generally produces wines with a good amount of acidity, making it great for cutting through buttery, saucy dishes.


This region lies on Italy’s Adriatic Coast, so much of its cuisine is seafood-based. Marches is best-known for its white wines. Verdicchio produced near the towns of Jesi and Matelica often has gently bitter notes and rich fruit, and is an excellent match for many seafood dishes. Red wines are produced here as well, with Sangiovese being the dominant red grape in the region. When blended with the...

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