Friuli Colli Orientali
Vine cultivation system:
Cappuccina 2000 plants per hectare
Marl and sandstone flysch of Eocene origin “ponca” that characterizes the Colli Orientali del Friuli
1962 – 1971 – 1976
It is the oldest vineyard of the winery, situated 200 meters far away from the cellar on hill. The plants are very old, there is a capuccina vine cultivation system and therefore there is a little production of it. The grapes are hand harvested. Crio-maceration for one night at a controlled temperature of 0°C. Fermentation occurs in big wood barrels of 45hl.
The wine remains in wood barrels from the fermentation to the bottling process.
Straw-yellow color with light green reflections. Intense aroma of blossom and ripen fruit. It is dry, full, soft, very intense, hazelnut, scents of sweet almonds, pear, green apple, fresh, in a beautiful bedrock minerality. Ideal to be paired with San Daniele ham, eggs, asparagus, herbs frittata or herbs soup, Serving temperature 8-10°C.