Fra Pasquale - Il Conventino Monteciccardo

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Fra Pasquale - Il Conventino Monteciccardo

100% Extra Virgin Olive Oil

CULTIVAR Raggiola 100%

REGION Marche Made in Italy

PRODUCER Il Conventino di Monteciccardo

PRODUCT 1 glass bottle x 500ml

CROP YEAR 2020/2021

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 FOOD Fra Pasquale - Il Conventino Monteciccardo
Appetizers & Bruschetta
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Cheese XX
Egg XX
Green Salad & Vegetable XXX
Legume & Soup XX
Pasta & Risotto XXX
Meat XX
Fish
XXX
Sushi X
Pizza XX
Sauce & Pesto X
Desserts
XX

 

SCENTS Scents of Thistle, Spinach, Thyme, Tangerine, Pink grapefruit.

AROMAS Aromas of Almond, Green Walnut, Hazelnut, Pink grapefruit, Lime. Medium Bitterness, Medium Pungency.

IDEAL FOR Appetizers, Fresh Cheese, Green Salad, Soup, Risotto, White Meat, Shellfish, Pizza, Dessert, Sushi.

“Both our vineyards and our winery are in Monteciccardo, a place where the four seasons still alternate with great precision and Nature accomplishes its cycle as people almost do not expect anymore.

The memory of our own roots is living in our grandfather Ilario and in his hands. He has been growing vineyards since forever and he has been producing wine since he was a young man, when the important issue was to have good wine, not good packaging. We preserve our grandfather’s memories as the most precious gift. These have become our flagship. We have improved and developed his knowledge and experience by studying and by refining scientific research.

Inspired by Ilario, today we are pioneers in the production of wine and extra virgin olive oil. We have been working to make the essence of this land shareable thanks to a line of products that are healthy and long-lived... Our philosophy is based on the respect of the circle of life, both in the vineyard as in the olive tree grove... Freshness and green tones, from sage to balsamic notes, salinity and complexity are our signatures.” 

From Il Conventino website.