This vibrant orange wine is a brilliant amber-rose color with coppery tones due to 20 days of skin contact. The Pinot Grigio Ramato Vis Uvae by Il Carpino is a unique interpretation of this varietal that astounds with its complexity and aromatic finesse.
The Malvasia by Il Carpino is a well-structured and full-bodied orange wine, vinified like red wine: with long maceration, and aged in oak. It has rich and intense scents of dried fruit, honey, and yellow fruit in syrup. The taste is warm and full-bodied, smooth, and complex.
Friuli in a bottle - A wine that comes from the blend of the three great indigenous white grapes of Friuli (Friulano, Malvasia, Ribolla Gialla), to perfectly represent the great quality potential of this area! Produced by the historic winemakers of Friuli: Specogna. Explore all their available wines here.
Marco Cecchini's focus is to spotlight the terroir of the small Faedis region while embracing the philosophies of biodynamic and organic farming. Cultivating a number of Friuli indigenous varietals, Cecchini's forward thinking has also led him to plant international varietals like Cabernet Franc, Merlot, Sauvignon Blanc, and this exquisite Riesling.
Cecchini Riesling is a "Cru," coming from a single organic vineyard. It is rich, creamy, and aromatic with the minerality of the Friuli soil coming through for a fresh taste. "A walk in a wood, under the shadow of the trees in an autumn day."
Marco Cecchini's focus is to spotlight the terroir of the small Faedis region while embracing the philosophies of biodynamic and organic farming. Cultivating a number of indigenous varietals, this skin-contact Verduzzo is an excellent example of Friuli winemaking.
Cecchini Verduzzo is a dry orange wine that can hold its own when paired with rich foods. Richly fruity and fresh with a supple, tannic mouthfeel. Low residual sugars and fair acidity make for a perfectly balanced expression of Verduzzo Friulano.