Sauvignon 2013


Its aroma is intense, persistent, and fruity with a pleasant hint of elderflower.

16,10 €

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Main features

  • Volume:
    0,75 l
  • Colour:
  • Serving temperature:
    10 - 12°C

Type of terrain:  Predominantly marlstone and sandstone belonging to the Flysch formation from the Eocene era, characteristic of the Collio area with southwest and northwest aspect.
First year produced: 1974
Grape it is made from: 100% SAUVIGNON
Alcohol content:13%     
Acidity: 6,60 ÷ 7,30 ‰
Wine ageing potential: 2–3 years.
Type of bottle: Autumn leaf Burgundy.
Tasting notes:
Sauvignon from Sauvignon grapes vinified as a white wine. It has a brilliant straw-yellow colour with light greenish highlights.
Its aroma is intense, persistent, and fruity with a pleasant hint of elderflower. Its taste is full and dry, elegant and balanced. It is paired with shellfish in general, seafood risotto, and white fish in sauce. It is exceptionally good with lobster and crayfish in simple recipes.

  • Year: 2013
  • Grape variety: Sauvignon
  • Stile of Wine: Young white
  • Alcohol level: 13,00 %
  • Level of sugar: Dry
  • Region: Colio
  • State: Italy
  • Paring with food: Veal, White meat, Rissoto with sea food, Poultry, Sea food, Pastas, Aperitif

Undoubtedly this is the most important project in the whole history of their family. It is based on the traditional vineyards arranged with the utmost respect for slopes and contour lines, just like a century ago, when oxen and horses were used. We invested up to 8000 vines per hectare. They have also tried to reproduce the features of a rural village of the 18th and 19th century in the project of the cellar, by choosing local materials such as stone and solid wood. They will use only barrels of various sizes, except the traditional barrique, and autochthonous varietals that have been present in this area for hundreds of years. They want the wines to be true and to express elegance and harmony, but above all, they want them to arouse feelings and emotions; they do not pursue effective scents or the jams of modern red wines.