Schioppettino (2019)


  • This out of the ordinary wine has an out of the ordinary name. On a cold winter day, the name 'Fuc e Flamis' was born, inspired by the wood fire heating the room.

    Schioppettino (also known as Ribolla Nera in Friuli) is characterized by notes of black fruits and black pepper. Fuc e Flamis by Jacùss is dry and a bit acidic with medium-plus body, this delicious wine will hold up to any roasted meat.
  • Typology: Red wine
    Production area: Colli Orientali del Friuli
    Grape variety: 100% Schioppettino
    Harvesting: By hand
    Fermentation and refinery: Crushing and de-stemming of the grapes, maceration on the skins for 20 days, control of the fermentation temperature at 26°-28°C, with various pumping over, until racking. The wine is left to mature in tanks and after 18 months it is bottled. Aging in the bottle for 3 months and then proceeds to be marketed.
    Alcohol: 13.5%
    Temperature for serving: 18°-20°C
    Tasting notes: Garnet red color with violet reflections, particularly intense with hints of cherry and wild blackberry in alcohol, with a spicy finish. Of good body and structure, the taste maintains the aroma of undergrowth and, if aged, acquires spicy and complex nuances like musk.
    Serving Suggestions: Recommended with first courses with game sauces and second courses of meat, game and aged cheeses.

Winery: Jacuss