The Mancini family’s winemaking history began at the end of the 19th century with the first cellar in San Polo, Tuscany. Five generations later, the winery is currently managed by sisters Anastasia, Alessia and Roberta Mancini, who have updated their father's vision by employing new winemaking techniques and implementing organic and sustainable farming practices. The Pa’Ro Bianco, dedicated to their parents, is a blend of Trebbiano and Grechetto that exemplifies their approach. With about 4 weeks of skin contact, then aged in a mixture of stainless steel and glass bottle, the wine offers an intense bouquet of ripe yellow fruit and sweet herbs, that explode into fresh and funky flavors on the palate, backed by firm structure and charming minerality. It's a is wonderful companion for semi-aged cheeses, herb-crusted chicken or wild mushroom culinary creations.