In the province of Ancona, still today, is produced the famous wine Lacrima di Morro d’Alba, a DOC suitable especially with combinations of traditional products such as Salami di Fabriano, the Ciarimboli or liver sausages, dishes of white meat and some appetizers such as marinated blue fish or fish soup all’anconetana.
This wine was officially recognized as a protected designation of origin in 1985, calling himself a wine of great importance. In fact, it seems, however, that this wine was known in the past and more specifically talking about the Lacrima di Morro d’Alba in 1167, thanks to Frederick Barbarossa, who during the siege of Ancona chose the walls of Morro d’Alba as a place for shelter.
Here, residents, offered food and drink, including the famous grape juice Morro d’Alba. This wine appears in the glass with a red ruby, with nuances of purple. During youth, the wine is characterized by a delicate and vinous fragrance, while that with aging takes of fruity and floral notes with hints of violets, violets, blueberries, blackberries, cherries and strawberries. Lacrima di Morro d’Alba has a structure quite full-bodied flavor and a dry tannins and a delicate taste and not at all bitter.
The cellar Badiali and Candelaresi, in the province of Ancona, provides its customers excellent wine Lacrima di Morro d’Alba, therefore, if you want to enjoy a fine wine contact this cellar and then remember to serve in goblets ballon between the 16 and the 18 Celsius degrees.