Albarola could be considered indigenous to Ligurian areas, but it could also have originated in Tuscany, where it is still used as a minor component of some whites. With the name of Genoese Bianchetta, it is occasionally also vinified in purity. It forms the basis of the celebrated Cinque Terre wines.
Albarola by Lunae Bosoni is made in the hills of Luni, in the heart of Lunigiana, in the extreme Levante of Liguria. Indigenous and little known vine, it gives life to a white wine with intense scents of the sea and Mediterranean scrub, surprising for its freshness and linearity. Cold maceration allows to maintain a very pale yellow color, but to maximize the aromatic profile of citrus and white flowers, but also marine and mineral aromas. Full and crunchy taste, dominated by hints of fresh fruit, with a pleasantly savory finish. Perfect to accompany seafood recipes, typical of Ligurian cuisine. Fried fish, shellfish and cruditè are the ideal dishes.