Wine Di Lenardo, "Le Nuvole", Venezia Giulia IGT, 2015
Wine golden straw color.
Taste wine rich, bright, fresh, with notes of apple butter cookies, lemon meringue and vanilla, with good acidity and juicy, long finish.
The wine has a rich aroma with hints of smoke, vanilla, hazelnut, apple pastry, lemon meringue and graham cracker.
Wine well with fish dishes, seafood, goat cheese.
"Father's Eyes" - an excellent white wine made from Chardonnay grapes. Vintage wine is harvested by hand, then produced fermentation. Wine is aged for 7 months on fine lees in new American oak barrels. Vintage 2012 will be at the peak of ripeness until 2018.
Di Lenardo winery, located in the region of Friuli, traces its history to 1878, when Friuli Grave was built the family estate, surrounded by vineyards. The ancestors of the current owner and enologist of the winery - Massimo Di Lenardo - engaged in wine growing in this region since the early 1800s. But it managed to raise Massimo company to a high level, through the creation of amazing wines taste and quality, as well as the introduction of new management techniques vineyards and winery. That Massimo decided to create wines only from their own crops, undertook landing new, specially selected grapes, increase the density of the crop to 6,000 vines per hectare. The four main vineyards - Vigne dai Vieris, Vigne da San Martin, Vigne da Lis Maris and Tiare D'Albe, - occupying 40 hectares of the 150 belonging to Di Lenardo, Massimo added a 5 hectare leased vineyards in Aquileia. Harvested by hand. With new methods of vinification used electronic temperature control during fermentation, improve the quality of the final product.
Massimo Di Lenardo efforts were not in vain. His wines have earned the appreciation of experts, the renowned magazine " Gambero Rosso "wine called Di Lenardo the best price / quality in the region of Friuli. Massimo himself said that despite the fact that the winery and cellars are in the region of Friuli, "in fact, we are located ... on the moon, because our wines are very individual, and their tastes are not typical for the area, but it is very typical ... for us! "