Aransat (2018)

Borgo Savaian di Bastiani Stefano

  • Aransat is Friulian slang for "orange colored". Three generations deep, this wine is a family affair with the younger generation inspired to take over for their parents after enjoying a bottle of Friulano in the family vineyard at age 14. This is Italy after all. The family focuses on farming indigenous varieties and is committed to a natural lifestyle that is in harmony with its surroundings.

  • Typology: White Wine
    Production area: Cormons
    Grape variety: 85% Pinot Grigio, 15% Sauvignon Blanc
    Soil composition: Calcium-rich.
    Fermentation and refinery: Maceration for 80 days. Aged in steel/wood.
    Alcohol Content: 13.0% vol.
    Temperature for Serving: 15°C
    Tasting notes: Amber-colored rose with copper tones, wide and variegated with notes of dried rose, raisins in spirit and aromatic herbs with spicy and balsamic details, rich and sumptuous body, of caressing softness.
    Pairing Suggestions: Mushroom dishes, smoked salmon, aged cheese, white meats.