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It is the oldest and most traditional distillate of Northern Italy and is obtained by distilling the solid part of grapes: pomace. On 1st December 1973, Benito and Giannola Nonino created the single varietal ...
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Vintage Tunina from Sauvignon grapes, Chardonnay with Ribolla Gialla, Malvasia Istriana and Picolit added. It should be noted that this is a genuine field blend. It has a brilliant straw-yellow colour with ...
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Nice nose, nuanced decidedly toward pitted and cane fruits on a warm summer afternoon. A patina of leatheriness adds complexity to the fruit. Excellent structure with tannin and acid emerging to assure ...
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Elegantly structured; nose has classic hints of blackberry and current aromas followed by a mid-palate of earthy truffle notes. A satisfying wine with a soft, lingering finish. A fine accompaniment to red ...
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Vespa Rosso is uncommonly fruit-forward and structured for a cold weather red wine, and yet it retains many of the spicy, earthy notes that characterize Friulian reds. The extra effort made in both the ...
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Light straw with green hues. The nose has a beautiful balance of peach, pear and minerals with notes of gardenia and blanched almonds. The palate is dry, medium bodied, silky and reveals mouthwatering yellow ...
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Aroma: Bright aromas of white peach, pear and spring flowers Taste: Complex and layered with ripe peach, apricot, and pear, a mouthfilling texture and crisp mineral finish.
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From the Friulian word FUN (meaning “smoke”), this Sauvignon Blanc has a “fumé” character, which is as pleasant and satisfying as its aroma. Young and intense, it is reminiscent ...
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Brilliant straw yellow in color, this wine has engaging citrus notes and white fruit on the nose and palate. It has lively acidity, a surprising body and a clean, fresh finish.
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Like many other varieties, Pinot Grigio was imported from France and it is to the excellence the grape achieves here that the Collio owes much of its fame. This fruit-forward, characterful wine melds very ...
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Principato, meaning Princely Realm or principality, refers to northeast Italy’s Tre Venezie, a region embracing the majesty of the snow-capped Dolomite Alps and the picturesque beauty of Italy’s romantic ...
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After removal of the stalks and soft pressing, fermentation is carried out according to traditional principles but with the use of rotating horizontal fermenting tanks and delicate maceration of the skins ...
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Tasting : This lightly effervescent wine is a unique blend of Moscato and Brachetto. The Moscato exhibits fresh, fruit flavors, while the Brachetto adds the delicate pink hue, weight and structure. It ...
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Brilliant red with a very intense, warm nose that recalls cherry and blueberry notes. This medium bodied Merlot has aromas of wild cherries, cranberries and smoky notes. There is good breadth and fragrance ...
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85% of the grapes sourced for Campanile Pinot Grigio are sourced from the Friuli region, while the remaining 15% is sourced from Trentino. This Campanile wine is a blend primarily of Pinot Grigio grapes, ...
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