Its name is immediately reminiscent of the land of Abruzzo, with its long, centuries old transhumance bridleways that wind through the vineyards. Pecorino is believed to belong to the ancient Trebbiani grape family, but it is still a local variety, typical of the Adriatic regions of Central Italy in proximity of the sea. Abruzzo provides the perfect climatic and soil conditions for its cultivation. With a straw yellow color and golden highlights, intense aroma with floral, fruity and spicey notes, it has medium acidity, is slightly bitter, and well-structured. It is a distinct typical wine.