The winery’s name translates literally to “one who casts out the devils”.
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“The green heart of Italy”
So from the northeast region of Veneto we will move to central Italy and to the region of Umbria. Considered “the green heart of Italy” the only region in Italy that doesn’t border either a sea or another country. We will introduce you to a winery, located in Umbria, who has a fascinating origin and history. Producing wines scoring north of 90, the winery’s name translates literally to “one who casts out the devils”. The winery is Cantina Scacciadiavoli. We’ll welcome Liu Pambuffetti calling in from the winery to fill us in on this devilishly delicious and historical wine producer.
is a dry wine that presents a range of vivacious scents, both in the aroma and the taste.
Sweet fruit, white and yellow flowers, with a fresh acidity keep the wine alive and persistent.
This native Umbrian varietal is vinified in the Scacciadiavoli.
At the right temperature it is the perfect accompaniment during hot summer days, as well as all year long with soups and pastas, or light main courses.
Wines imported via Lamprecht International Ltd.