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Friulano

2017

The roots of Friuli

Varietal

Tocai Friulano 100%

Every glass of the wine portrays the sea, the mountains that border the region, and the people that inhabit this land.

There are recurrent characteristics: the personality which is expressed with notes of almond, the delicacy of the scents of acacia blossom, and the softness of creamy notes that caress the palate. In 2007 the name Tocai Friulano changed into Friulano...but its native uniqueness did not.

11,90 (IVA incl.) Add to basket

Vineyards

Exclusively from our “Cusins” vineyard. 5,700 vines planted per hectare, trained using the Guyot method. Yield of 80 ql/ha.

Harvest

Meticulous hand selection.

Vinification

Soft pressing of the grapes immediately after harvesting. The juice is cooled and decants naturally, eliminating particles resulting from vinification. Fermentation occurs in stainless steel tanks at controlled temperature.

Aging

Aged on the noble lees in stainless steel for 6 months with frequent batonnages.

Tasting notes

Color

Brilliant, golden yellow.

Aroma

Wild flower, pastry cream, and almonds.

Taste

Elegance with structure, revealing characteristic notes of sweet and bitter almonds.

Pairings

Tocai Friulano is a native Friulian varietal that thrives in our warm yet ventilated climate conditions. Pairs perfectly with cured and fatty meats or strong-flavored seafood dishes and hearty soups.

Serve at

54-58°F.

Awards and Scores

Friulano 2017

Slow Wine >
Tipico nelle sue note erbacee and fruttate, fresco and sapido, con una trama gustativa elegante and un ritorno di mandorla nel finale di bocca.
Wine Surf > 78 points

Friulano 2016

Gambero Rosso > Due bicchieri

Friulano 2015

James Suckling > 92 points

Friulano 2013

Gambero Rosso > Due bicchieri
James Suckling > 92 points

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