This name stuck and since that time and the wine has been known as Est! Est!! Est!!! di Montefascione. The quality is not what it was once reputed to be. This Italian wine is produced from Trebbiano Toscano, Trebbiano Giallo (Rossetto), and Malvasia Bianca. The colour is a clear pale gold and the nose is very fruity and vinous, while the fulsome taste is rounded, mellow, and harmonious but may be either dry or slightly sweet. Drinking temperature for this Italian wine is 10-12°C (50-53.6°F) for the Secco and 6-10°C (42.8-50°F) for an Amabile (the sweeter the colder).
COLLI ALBANI DOC
These white Italian wines (Secco, Abboccato, Amabile, or Dolce) are made from Malvasia and Trebbiano to which other white grapes may have been added. The colour is pale to dark gold and the nose is refined and pleasing. The taste is astonishingly fruity and delightful. Drinking temperature for this Italian wine is 8-10°C (46.4-50°F) for Secco and Abboccato), or 6-8°C (42.8-46.4°F) for Amabile and Dolce. There is also an entirely acceptable Spumante dei Colli Albani.
Like the previous Italian wine, Frascati hails from the southern side of Rome. This white Italian wine from the Castelli Romani is probably Lazio’s best-known wine. It is made from Malvasia and Trebbiano, perhaps supplemented with Greco. The colour is pale to darker gold and the bouquet is fruity and delicate, while the taste is velvet smooth, juicy, playful, seductive, and approachable. This is not a difficult wine. It is made of average quality as a dry Secco (Asciutto) and also as Amabile, but also in outstanding and extremely rare Canellino quality. This is a sweet Italian wine produced from grapes that have the noble rot. This is a superlative wine that is rarely exported. Drink this Italian wine ar 8-10°C (46.4-50°F) for the Secco and Amabile but 6-8°C for a Canellino. It may be drunk warmer if that is preferred. Excellent Frascati Spumante is also made from the same grapes.
This is a mellow, fruity white wine made from grapes that are varieties of Malvasia and Trebbiano. These Marino wines are available as dry (secco/asciutto), medium dry (abboccato), slightly sweet (amabile). or sweet (dolce) versions. Drink this Italian wine at 8-10°C (46.4-50°F) but 6-8°C (42.8-46.4°F) for the sweet wines. A first- class Marino Spumante is made using the same grapes.