IX Miglio Bianco



This wine is named after the location of our vineyard, at the IX mile of the ancient Appian Way. It is probably the most representative wine of our territory: it has an ancient and fascinating history, in fact it is the wine that the Romans used to drink; it was formerly called Albanum, since it was produced in the area of the Alban Hills, rising around Rome. Thanks to the exposure of the vineyard to the sea, the wine presents iodized nuances, made more complex by the volcanic richness in minerals of Riserva della Cascina’s soil. IX Miglio Bianco is a delicate and pleasant wine, tasty and full, and it has inherited from history the role of traditional companion of the Roman cuisine.

Technical features

  • Grapes: Malvasia Puntinata, Trebbiano Toscano, Malvasia Rossa.
  • Wine-making: white wine, fermentation temperature around 15°C.
  • Colour: straw yellow with golden reflections.
  • Bouquet: fine, with notes of white flesh fruit, tropical fruit, citrus, white flowers, and mineral nuances of flint.
  • Taste: dry, medium warm, quite soft, fresh, tasty.
  • Food pairing: it is perfect with appetizers and fish, very enjoyable with white meat. Serve chilled at 8-10°C.
IX Miglio Bianco