LEMONY FRESH & ZESTY, FLORAL & HERBACEOUS, LIGHTLY SMOKY Lamberto Vannucci’s wines are named after a horse training facility close to his vineyards; the grape got its name from the Italian word for sheep, pecora, since they supposedly love to eat it as they’re herded down the hills. It’s bright, clean, with zesty lemon citrus, and a touch of jasmine flower and fresh herbs. So refreshing, perhaps the perfect wine to have after a vigorous session of horse training or sheep herding. Serving suggestions: In a delicious quirk of fate, Pecorino cheese! Fish soup w/ tomatoes, rosemary, vinegar, & a pinch of red pepper flakes. Cheese pizza.