After Italy's loss of a lawsuit, "Friulano" became the new name of "Tocai", a wine produced usually in a sweet form in Hungary. This varietal, native to the area of the Austro-Hungarian Empire crossing into the borders of what is now Friuli is dry and delicate with slight undertones of wild flowers and almonds, and good structure.
Typology: White wine Production area: Friuli Venezia Giulia Grape variety: 100% Friulano Harvesting: Manual from late August to early September Fermentation and refinery: De-stemmed, then softly pressed and aged in stainless steel for 5 months, where it is contact with the lees for texture
Temperature for Serving: 12°C Alcohol Percentage:13.5% Tasting notes: Fine, delicate wine, with an intense aroma reminiscent of wild flowers, with a dry, soft taste and good structure. Serving Suggestions: Excellent as an aperitif, for appetizers, with fish and white meat.