Ribolla Gialla - A deep, smooth and generous wine, it envelops with round nuanced sensations.
Friulano - Elegant and drinkable, it possesses a strong personality, a harmonious fruity and mineral complexity and reveals a distinctive bitter almond aftertaste.
Sauvignon - Wide and balanced, this is a fresh and appealing wine with unmistakable and multiple fruit and mint aromas.
Chardonnay - It is an all-embracing and elegant wine, fruit-forward with full aromas, standing out for its pleasant freshness.
Pinot Grigio - Complex and harmonious wine, the freshness of citrus notes is accompanied by the saline feel that expresses its persistence.
Pinot Grigio Ramato - “Guarda il calor del sol che si fa vino, giunto al’omor che della vite cola” (Purgatorio, XXV 77-78).
A deep, smooth and generous wine, it envelops with round, nuanced sensations.
An ancient grape variety grown in Friuli Venezia Giulia. At the Vienna Exhibition in 1873, a producer from Cividale brought the “Ribola 1869 white wine” and at the end of the 19th century the Ribolla grape – “which provides a luxury wine” – predominated in both the hills and the plains. Our Ribolla Gialla, interpreted in a classic-modern key, is a balanced version, vinified in white to enhance its provenance, crispness and flavor. Round and tasty, with moderate alcohol content, it has a long mineral persistence.
Straw yellow color with delicate greenish hues. Fresh and sophisticated aromas. The subtlety of white spring flowers meets the fruity notes of white cherries, Reinette apples and refreshing hints of citrus. Lively and mineral taste. The delicate citrus notes and elegant acidity give way to a pleasant feel of lingering freshness. The back palate shows a delicate and all-embracing balsamic finish.
Elegant and drinkable, it has a strong personality, a harmonious fruity and mineral complexity and reveals a characteristic bitter almond aftertaste. Friulano is Friuli Venezia Giulia’s best-loved wine: it derives from Sauvignonasse, a grape now almost extinct, brought to Friuli in the second half of the 19th century from the Bordeaux region. In 1898, it was found as “Tokai del Friuli” in Tarcento, and in 1933 L’Italia vinicola ed agraria, after having tasted it in Cividale, included it among the noble grapes of Friuli, with samples “truly worthy of the superior denomination”. Until 2007, it was known as Tocai Friulano and since then its name has been Friulano.
Straw yellow color with light greenish hues.
Delicate, intense and captivating bouquet. Aromas of citrus fruit blend with and are enriched by fruity notes of apricot and pear and floral hints of jasmine, antique rose and chamomile.
All-embracing and complex taste. Notes of ripe Golden apple, dried fruit and vanilla blend with balsamic hints of sage and thyme. The finish has the typical tannic note of almond and citrus.
Wide and balanced, it is a fresh and captivating wine with unmistakable and multiple aromas of fruit and mint.
Sauvignon is an important grape variety of French origin, originating in the Loire Valley, whose name derives from the word “savage”, i.e. wild. Introduced into Friuli Venezia Giulia during the Habsburg domination in the 1880s, it has become a wine of authentic Friulian tradition. As far back as 1891, it was said that the Sauvignon Blanc grown in sandstone-marl soils (ponca) had “A robust vegetation and a mediocre, but constant and regular production (...) When drunk, it showed a fineness of flavor and fragrance and an ensemble so harmonious and at the same time generous and distinct, that it was classified as the first white wine of our province.”
Straw yellow color with greenish hues.
Intense, elegant and typical bouquet. The varietal notes of boxwood and tomato leaves blend with delicate citrus hints of lime and grapefruit.
The taste is wide, fresh and balanced. To the palate great correspondence with the aromas, sapid, fresh with a fair balanced acidity.
It is an all-embracing and elegant wine, fruit-forward, which stands out for its pleasing crispness.
An international grape variety of high vigor, with regular and abundant productivity. Originally from Burgundy, it may have much older Middle Eastern roots and has found a special habitat in the Friuli Colli Orientali DOC zone. It was already mentioned in the catalogue of the 1863 Friuli Exhibition under the name of white Burgundy. In 1939, it was judged as a “variety of great value”.
Straw yellow color with golden nuances.
Intense, wide and enveloping bouquet. The nose conveys into an intense scent of cream and puff pastry with distinct floral notes of jasmine and elderberry which blend with notes of ripe fruits and tropical fruit. The taste is complex, fresh and enveloping. Notes of pear and dried fruits enriched by the freshness of bergamot and balsamic hints. Lingering and pleasant aftertaste of white and yellow fruits.
Complex and harmonic wine, blending sapidity to the freshness of citrus notes as proof of its great length.
This very important grape variety from Burgundy, derived from a mutation of Pinot Noir, was introduced into Friuli Venezia Giulia in the early 1800s, as an analysis of the Ruländer – Pineau gris dates it back to 1847. At the Austrian Oenological Congress, held in Gorizia, its diffusion was recommended “wherever the aim is to produce fine white wines of the highest order” and in 1896 it was found, together with Pinot Blanc, among the common grapes imported into Friuli. It prefers cool environments and has found its natural habitat in the northernmost hills of the Friuli Colli Orientali DOC area. It is certainly the most renowned Friulian wine in the world, as it has been enjoying considerable success for a long time.
Brilliant yellow color with subtle pinkish hues.
Elegant, complex and enveloping bouquet.
The floral notes of jasmine and white wisteria fuse with notes of ripe fruit, apricots, melon and white peaches, all completed by balsamic notes.
Complex and harmonious taste, fresh and all-embracing. On the palate, the aromatic sensations are enriched by an elegant sapidity which gives freshness and length with an aftertaste of citrus fruits and white fruits.
A variety that wants to be white wine, but which recalls its red grape roots, the cornerstone of visual and gustatory complexity.
Amber color, with coppery reflections.
Fresh and fruity aroma with a large and crunchy bouquet that recalls exotic yellow and succulent fruit, complemented by dried fruit spicy (cinnamon, nutmeg), the taste recalls the sense of smell, completing it with freshness, elegance and mineral complexity.
Fresh, juicy, fragrant wine: the ageing polishes it and the result is savory, smooth, round.
This red grape variety, originally from Gironde, has become very popular internationally, establishing itself in Friuli Venezia Giulia and in particular in the Friuli Colli Orientali DOC area, its best expression. It has been mentioned since the 18th century, but in Friuli it was described only at the end of the 19th century in the area of Cividale and in a 1921 exhibition. As early as 1933, Professor Dalmasso tasted excellent samples, as he wrote in “Agricoltura Friulana”, and after the Cividale Exhibition he considered Merlot a grape suitable for making wines for ageing as well.
Clear scents of blackberries and raspberries along with hints of chocolate.
At the taste it shows a pleasing richness of flavor and velvety feel making it round, the slight aromatic recalls ensure a compelling personality.