This wine is obtained from an interesting blend of Vermentino, Albarola and Greco grapes. At sight it is straw-yellow with light greenish reflections. The scent is fine and delicate, with sensations of citrus fruits well mixed with floral notes of hawthorn and elderberry. In the mouth dominate the freshness and flavor, wonderfully supported by an incredibly fascinating aroma. Ideal accompanied with fish and vegetables
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The name Lunae is inspired by the city of Luni, an ancient Etruscan and Greek sea port dedicated to the Greek goddess, Selene, known as Luna by the Romans. Located in the south-eastern corner of Liguria, touching northern Tuscany, the hillsides of Luni are a renowned winemaking appellation sitting among a crossroads of cultures, such as the Etruscan, Greek and Roman cultures which have thrived here ever since the first settlements in the area in 177 BC. According...