The production area is located on the plains of the Friuli Region. Well-known for its profound winemaking expertise, the nature of the soil and the particularly mild climate have contributed to create the best conditions for the vine growth.
A varietal descended from the Pinot Noir, the grapes are a coppery hue, and are, for the most part, vinified white. It is a very popular varietal in the Friuli region, yielding elegant and fruity wines.
The vinification is the traditional “white method”: the grapes are gently pressed using advanced winemaking techniques and equipment. The fermentation then takes place at a low temperature. After the stabilisation procedure, the wine is bottled using modern technologies.
Bright, straw yellow in colour, it wafts a perfume of wild flowers and acacia. It is dry, sapid and persistent on the palate, making it excellent to enjoy on its own or as an accompaniment to fish dishes and shellfish. Perfect with white meats and soufflés.