The pomace of our foja tonda is getting married with the Pecorino Farindola cheese

The pomace of our foja tonda still rich in aromas, left our winery to reach the mountains in the abruzzo region to get married with the pecorino of farindola, chosen by the passionate cheese producer antonello egizi . We will obtain about ten cheeses and will enjoy them during the long winter tastings.  

Prosecco Albino Armani with figs au gratin and rosemary

abstract and translation by Egle Capilupi – Our Prosecco is a versatile wine, well balanced in  sapidity and acidity, easy to match with mixed flavours. It comes from Friuli as well as the San Daniele prosciutto: sweet and tasty at the same time, it doesn’t need much to be appreciated, just some good bread. Bread, prosciutto and a typical seasonal fruit, the fig, and here we are: a simple and nice appetizer which is a perfect match for such a

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Corvara Rosso Igt Vallagarina and Gruyere pizza

abstract and translation by Egle Capilupi – Please, try the Gruyère pizza with our Corvara IGT Rosso Vallagarina, a cuvèe of  Marzemino, Merlot and dried Corvina grape varieties. This wine is full and pulpy, with a nice and sweet tannic presence that goes really well with the definite aroma of this typical Swiss cheese. Gruyère Pizza (recipe curated by Alessandra Prizzon) Ingredients: flour: 500 gr. water at room temperature brewer’s yeast: 30 gr. table salt: 2 teaspoons extra virgin olive

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Albino Armani winery is a working tradition that goes back in time. The first evidence of vineyard ownership was in 1607. Today, Albino Armani vineyards are located in three different Italian regions (Veneto, Trentino and Friuli) and they cover about 230 acres of land. In 1962, the municipality of Dolcè (Veneto) became the winery’s home base; it is located in the southern part of the Adige Valley, a glacial valley characterized by a strong identity. We have a strong bond with the territory where our grapevines grow. To preserve them, each day is a challenge for us and the risk of losing our produce is the guiding spirit that gives us the strength to keep doing our job. Our wines are the exact representation of where the grapes come from and in the same time, they describe their own territory of origin. For example, our white wines have fresh bouquet notes of white flowers, result of temperature fluctuations and constant ventilation typical of the Trentino land; and our red wines, on the other hand are original in character, fresh yet complex, result of the high altitude of the Valpolicella hills.