Grape variety:

Pinot bianco

Production area:

Friuli Venezia Giulia

Soil type:

Alluvial, dolomitic limestone

Expected harvest time:

End of August

Alcohol by volume:

Approx 12,5%

Residual sugar:

Approx 5 g/l

Available formats:

0.75l Burgundy bottle

Recommended wine glass:

Standard medium-sized white wine glass

Serving temperature:

14° C


Upon arrival in the cellar, the fresh Pinot Bianco grapes are moved from the receiving hopper to the vacuum presses where they undergo soft pressing at a negative pressure of -2 BAR with oxygen reduction (to prevent oxidation and uncontrolled fermentation, avoiding the need to add chemicals). After racking and the simultaneous separation of the skins, the resulting flower must is conveyed into large wooden barrels where yeast is added for alcoholic fermentation without sulphites. Ageing takes place slowly on the lees. Finally, after a resting period, bottling can take place. A further period of ageing and resting of the wine will then take place in the bottle, in our cellar, at controlled temperature and lighting.

Tasting notes:

Pinot Blanc is a grape variety of French origin that has spread to all areas of Europe with a cool climate, including northern Italy. Like all Pinots, it derives from the progenitor Pinot Noir. It is a sumptuous, buttery, deep straw-yellow, consistent wine. With aromas of Golden Delicious apple, hawthorn and hazelnut on the nose, it is a full-bodied, fresh and savoury wine. Marvels (the meaning of ‘Maraveis’ in the Friulian language) of scents, aromas and flavours. Excellent on its own, it is also the perfect accompaniment to fish and white meats.