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    Friulano

    Tocai Friulano has been grown in Friuli for centuries. So well has it adapted to climate and soil that it yields wines with a very territorial character at every vintage. Our Friulano vineyards have always confirmed this, making it one of the most important wines on our list.

    Appearance: vibrant, brilliant straw yellow. Nose: deep, harmonious and richly aromatic. Palate: dry on entry and at the back, structured yet soft-textured with the distinctive personality imbued by a favourable growing year that comes through in the almondy after-aroma.

    1.Wine information sheet

    Variety:Tocai Friulano 100%

    Denomination:D.O.C. Friuli Colli Orientali

    Position:150 m a.s.l., east south-east facing on Eocene marl and sandstone hillslopes.

    Winemaking method:Off the skins with softcrushing and fermentation in steel at 16°C.

    Maturation:7 months on the fine less in steel tanks and then least 1 month in bottle before release.

    2.Suggestions

    Temperature:Serving temperature 10-12°C in a bread-rimmed glass.

    Wine pairings:The flagship of the local area; acacia blossoms, white peach, marjoram and dried fruit. Lively, sapid, with an almond-edged finish. Charcuterie, savoury tarts, filled pasta dishes, baked fish dishes, semi-fat cheeses. Pairs very well with San Daniele DOP prosciutto, ravioli with spring greens and smoked ricotta, trout in foil with olives and capers, DOP Montasio cheese.

    3.Further information

    Year Planted:1975 / 1976 / 1979 / 1982

    First Vintage:1985

    Vineyard Mgmt.:Planting Grassed

    Pest Control:Integrated low environmental impact.

    Training System:Modified double-arched cane and guyot.

    Planting Density:3.000 vines per hectare

    Harvest Method:By hand in small cases with bunch selection.

    Wine information sheet