The oenological emblem of the Region, Friulano is the most widespread indigenous wine throughout Friuli. Full and robust on the palate, it maintains an excellent balance between freshness and softness and is embellished with a mineral nuance that makes it particularly intriguing.
Friulano Friuli Colli Orientali 2022 has been awarded with 90/100 scores by Falstaff Trophy Friuli.
For the third year in a row, Friulano 2021 has been inserted in the "Gambero Rosso - Vini d'Italia 2022" guide, with an evaluation of 3 glasses.
The Friulano 2020 has been inserted in the "Gambero Rosso - Vini d'Italia 2022" guide, with an evaluation of 3 glasses.
The Friulano 2019 has been inserted in the "Gambero Rosso - Vini d'Italia 2021" guide, with an evaluation of 3 glasses.
It was also awarded 90 points at the Wine Spectator.
Friuli Colli Orientali (Manzano Hills)
Terraces at 130-170 m slm.
Grape Training: Guyot.
Density: 4500 trees /hectare
yield about 70 quintals/hectares
4 months in steel and 2 in bottle
The de-stemmed grapes are cold macerated and subsequently undergo a soft pressing . Alcoholic fermentation takes place in steel, at a constant temperature of 16 ° C. The wine remains on the noble lees for about four months and after bottling it refines in glass for at least two months.
The color is bright yellow
It has clear and defined aromas among which wild flowers, jasmine and pear emerge. Notes of incense and saffron.
At taste it is compact and vibrant, pleasant and easy to drink. With a good structure and persistence, it reveals a marked mineral note that gives flavor to the finish.
Alcohol 13,5 % vol.