Bidibi IGT  Maculan Società Agricola — Breganze (VI), Italy

Here’s a refreshing Italian white wine that’s guaranteed to go down well and its name sounds like it could’ve been uttered during an episode or two of The Sopranos: BADA-BING, BADA-BOOM!

Bidibi IGT -- Maculan Società Agricola, Breganze (VI), Italy | ©Tom Palladio Images  Bidibi IGT -- Maculan Società Agricola, Breganze (VI), Italy | ©Tom Palladio Images

Made from a blend of Tai (f.n.a. Tocai, 55%) and Sauvignon (45%), this refreshing vino bianco is straw-yellow in color. Intensely aromatic, it pours forth with refreshing notes of ripe tropical fruit, citrus and freshly cut grass.

Bidibi IGT -- Maculan Società Agricola, Breganze (VI), Italy | ©Tom Palladio Images  Plated and served | ©Tom Palladio Images

Dry and well-rounded on the palate, Maculan Bidibi Bianco IGT has a vibrant acidity with a pleasant and persistent finish. It stands on its own as a true ombra (regional dialect for aperitif), and marries well with soups, first courses – including Lazy Person’s Penne with Peppers and Black Olive Pasta — and light fish dishes.

Best served chilled at 10°C.

CIN CIN!

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The Palladian Traveler's Borsalino over cobblestone | ©Tom Palladio Images

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