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of French vine, more precisely Burgundian. It is judged to be of ancient origin, since traces of its cultivation date back to Roman times. Early 800 has spread to Piedmont and then in the rest of Northern Italy, in Friuli finding particularly favorable environmental conditions. The market is vinified in white or more rarely with light maceration on the skins to give a coppery wine.
Colour: Straw with any copper hues.
Bouquet: typical reminiscent of acacia flowers.
Taste: dry, full without failure, pleasantly bitter aftertaste.
Pairings: aperitif wine, suitable for a wide range of light appetizers, soups, dishes of fish and white meats.
Serving temperature: 8-10 ° C.