Wine "Dut'Un", 2012
Wine golden-yellow color with greenish reflections.
The taste of wine is soft and enveloping, rich and full-bodied, elegant and balanced.
Fresh, harmonious aroma of the wine reveals notes of almond, peppermint and sage supplemented nuances of toast.
The wine is perfect with white meat on the grill, baked fish, pasta.
Harvest Wine "Dut'Un" made entirely by hand September 2-9. Berries are carefully separated from the ridges and gently pressed. First, at a temperature of 8 ° C is carried out cold maceration, fermentation is then carried out at a temperature of 16-19 ° C for 28 days. Excerpt "Dut Un" is held on the lees in barriques, some of which - the new, for 10 months, after which the wine is bottled and aged for another 20 months in bottle. The wine has a storage capacity of 10-18 years.
Vie di Romans - one of the farms in Friuli, the most respected wine critics. Title economy Vie di Romans - "Roman road" - exactly conveys historical fact. Through the valley of the river Soca once a road, between Rome and the port city on the Adriatic. Thanks to the many winds that blow from the continent and the Adriatic Sea, this place is truly unique climate - a permanent change in the weather contribute to the slow maturation of the grapes.
For over a century farm run by a family Gallo. The current owner of the winery Gianfranco Gallo got his business inherited from his father in the 70s of the last century, while still a teenager. From this point there are used organic farming methods - no pesticides or chemical fertilizers. Unique character and identity of all wines Vie di Romans - the result of a long sequence of winemaking Improvement Program, which began in the 80s of the last century. The essence of this program is to create a balanced environment for each vineyard, taking into account its individual characteristics.
Gianfranco Gallo - a perfectionist. Pereslaschennye and undisciplined in oak wine was not for him, it is more to the liking of wine with a rich, complex flavor, aftertaste and great aging potential. That is why white wine farms are sold not earlier than 2 years after the harvest.