Verduzzo is one of the symbols of sweet wines from Friuli - full, rich, intense, and with great fruit flavors. A perfect compliment to cheese or desserts. If you are a fan of sweet wines Verduzzo cannot be missed!
Typology: Sweet white wine Production area: Gramogliano Grape variety: 100% Verduzzo Friulano Harvesting: Manual in September. Training System: Guyot Fermentation and refinery: Manual harvesting for grape selection, de-stemmed, and soft pressing with subsequent decantation. Fermentation is completed at controlled temperature and when the reaches the desired degree, the must is poured out in specific barriques. The wine will remain to mature until the bottling. Alcohol Content: 13% vol. Temperature for Serving: 12-14°C Tasting notes: Intense gold yellow in color. Aroma: intense dried fruit. Flavor: sweet, tannic, full-bodied. Serving Suggestions: Pairs well with spicy cheeses and desserts, or wonderful by itself to conclude a meal.
Sognare means "to dream" in Italian, and this wine will make you day dream! A romantic mix of verduzzo and piccolit grapes, jump on the sweet wine train. Not overwhelming and surprisingly fresh for a sweet wine, pair this beauty with some strong cheese, or use it as a palate cleanser between courses!
Typology: Sweet white wine Production area: Colli Orientali del Friuli Grape variety: 60% Verduzzo Friulano, 40% Piccolit Harvesting: By hand, at the end of October. Fermentation and refinery: Grapes are picked and kept in the fruit-drying room for 60 days.The whole grapes are gently pressed, the must is separated from the sediment and then starts fermentation for 30 days. The wine is matured in French oak barriques for 16 months. It is then blended in stainless steel vats and finally matures for 5 months in the bottle . Alcohol content: 13.5% vol. Temperature for serving: 12 -14°C (53-57°F) Tasting notes: Intense, gold yellow, with orange hints. Dried apricots, honey, tea leaf, vanilla, fig.Tasting, rich, great character, good Verduzzo tannin and great elegance from the Piccolit.Great balance between acidity and sugar content. Serving Suggestions: Wonderful with gorgonzola and aged cheese. Perfect between first and second course.