Lacrima di Morro d'Alba Doc

The origin of the name Lacrima is not clear, as other grapes from the Centre-south of Italy, although unrelated to each other, bear the same name.

Perhaps it derives from the elongated shape of the grapes, or from a distant relationship to Spanish Lacrima vines. Both bunches and individual grapes are of medium size, vigorous, but not particularly long-lived, and are sensitive to natural attacks.

Lacrima wine is going through a period of great interest, because its great personality when young shines through at national level.

Morro d'Alba
Vino Lacrima di Morro d'Alba Doc

Lacrima di Morro d'Alba Doc

Bottle 750 ml
Variety Lacrima grapes
Alcohol 13% vol.
Recommended pairings
Wine to be consumed when still young with pasta dishes, roast meats, porchetta-style rabbit and fish stews.