The wildflower honey
It is the most common and widespread honey in our country, as it is the sum of the nectars that bees collect from the flowers of a variety of spontaneous, cultivated and ornamental plants found on the land.
The wildflower honey is produced in spring and summer, especially on the Apennine hills.
From amber to straw yellow for spring honeys to dark walnut for late summer honeys
Very delicate and variable from year to year
Delicate and variable depending on the flowering
More or less liquid