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  • Autochthonous

    Verduzzo Friulano

    This variety has ancient origins and has been grown in the Colli Orientali del Friuli winegrowing area since the 1400s. It appears that Verduzzo, among other wines, was served alongside a seventy-two-dish banquet held for Pope Gregory XII at the beginning of the fourteenth century.
    “Sun’s heat it is. Seems to a secret touch telling me memory.”

    James Joyce

    Colour: bright copper gold. It displays a remarkable nose with a fresh bouquet of flowers. Hints of apricot, nectarine, date and acacia honey develop in the glass. Lovely mouthfeel, mineral, soft sweetness perfectly balanced by firm tannins, as expected from this variety. It has a long, enticing finish which reveals candied fruit and Mediterranean herbs.

    1.Wine information sheet

    Variety:100% Verduzzo Friulano

    Denomination:D.O.C. Friuli Colli Orientali

    Position:Grassed vineyards, around 35-40 years old, located on south, south-east facing Eocene marl and sandstone hill slopes.

    Winemaking method:The grapes are placed on racks to dry naturally for a month. Vinification takes place in steel tanks.

    Maturation:The wine remains on the lees for 7 months.


    Temperature:Serve at 8-10° C

    Wine pairings:Ideally paired with desserts and in particular with biscuit pastries, it is really special served with Gubana, the typical nut and dry fruit roll of Cividale del Friuli. Goes well also with savoury cheeses.

    3.Further information

    First Vintage:1981

    Training System:Double Guyot

    Harvest Method:Harvest is carried out in crates selecting and hand picking only whole and perfectly ripe grapes.

    Harvest:Each row of vines is combed several times in order to pick only the perfectly ripe fruit.

    Wine information sheet