The color is red-ruby while a purple tinge shows its youth. The fragrant aroma of wild cherry, prune and hoary stock, bump into a harmony in the palate, with a balance of alcohol, softness, freshness and saltiness. Delicacy and finesse complete the wine.
It matches cured meats like “Ciauscolo” and “Fabriano”, first courses with tomato and “ragù” sauces, sheep and calf meats. Aión can also pair savory baked fishes or fish stews. One perfect pairing results with a local receipt, the “stoccafisso all’Anconetana”.