With a marvelous red-purple color, a wine perfumed by suìsui (wild cherries with a slightly bitter taste). Of slow maturation, aged a few months in oak barrels and then in a stainless steel tank. The taste is at its best after two years. A tannic and austere wine aging well, for red meats, some species of river or sea fat fish and cheese. But also at the end of a winter’s dinner with dark chocolate as a dessert – serve 14°/18°;
The dry white wine of Friuli. Straw-yellow colored, almond aftertaste, excellent alone or with appetizers and with raw ham (of San Daniele obviously), risotto, fish. Serve at 10°/12°
This original wine from Friuli is of a golden/amber colour. You can vinify it both dry and slightly sweet. We prefer it dry. For a white wine it has a high level of alcohol and tannin. The honey taste goes well with strong cheeses and some ypes of boiled sausages (like our cotechino = “muset”): the fun is in the contrasts of flavors. If drunk with dessert, than only with dry desserts. It is also a wine for meditation. Serve at 10 °/14 °.
A rosè wine from grapes of Merlot and Refosco, colore cerasuolo or “cherry red”. A pleasant and fruity odor– tastes dry and smooth, good for antipasti with fish or olives, with rabbit meat and also with cakes as dessert wine – serve at 0/12°… in Italy in summertime also less!