Warning: Last items in stock!
Classification: Friuli Colli orientali D. O. C.
Harvest time: mid September.
Vinification: in white (the must is immediately separated from the grape stalk from the skins by soft pressing).
Fermentation: in steel tanks temperature-controlled.
Elevation: in stainless steel vats.
Alcohol (% vol.): 13
Sugars (g/l): 2,6 (Dry)
Total acidity (g/l): 5,7
Tasting notes: The Friulano has a straw yellow color with greenish reflections. It's a great wine, fine, delicate, intense fragrance reminiscent of the flowers of the field. On the palate it is dry, fresh, soft and velvety, with a distinct taste of bitter almonds, very round. In the aftertaste is characteristic of the bitter and it is easy to recognize spices and herbs.
Pairings: excellent as an aperitif, with appetizers of ham and cold cuts, and still on appetizers, very good with soups, broth and dry; on fish, white meats and egg dishes.
Mesc: 10 - 12 ° c in glasses for white important.
Evolution in bottle: 4 years.
Notes: The Friuli: friulian or Hungarian? Accounts, coachmen, monks, bishops, warriors would have imported in Friuli, but just as many would be exported to Hungary. You can only say that the Tocai Friulano, both for the grape and for wine, is very different from the Hungarian one. The Tocai Friulano is a dry wine, with a marked taste of almonds; the Hungarian one is a dessert wine. (2007-the denomination “tocai” is Hungarian, but to us this is still a very great wine: Friulano).