Product Description

Property organoleptic the Grave del Friuli wine – Gewürztraminer Doc The Bianco is pale yellow more or less intense, pleasant smell, fine and harmonious taste, velvety, dry. The minimum alcohol content is 10.5 degrees and 11.5 for the Superior type. The Rosso is ruby red tending to garnet with age. The smell is intense and fine and the taste is dry, harmonious. The minimum alcohol content is 10.5 degrees and 11.5 for the Superior type. The Rosato is pinkish in color, fine scent and dry, harmonious, lively. The minimum alcohol content is 10.5 ° The wine production area of Friuli Grave – Gewürztraminer Doc The Doc Friuli Grave is produced in a wide central band of the Friuli region, crossed by the Tagliamento River and includes all or part of the territory of a hundred towns in the provinces of Udine and Pordenone.

Friuli, long a land of conquest and domination: one of the presences that undoubtedly went on for longest and left a mark in the history of the region is the Habsburg domination, during which Friuli enjoyed a marked development from an agricultural and wine-producing perspective. Traminer, which is indeed a grape of Habsburg-Germanic origin, was imported into Friuli during the time of Austrian rule. It can be found both on sloping and flat ground, which is also thanks to the plant’s natural resistance to disease and the quality of the product which it manages to produce.

Tasting Notes

In the glass it has a full, golden yellow colour. If brought close to the nose, there is an intense bouquet of oriental scents: rose petals, roselle, ginger, black tea, with underlying fresh citrus tones.
The palate if presented with a play of flavours and sensations already recognised in the nose, with a good, clean finish which calls for another taste.

When to drink

An aromatic wine, very versatile, which can be drunk both as an aperitif and with the “antipasto”, with first courses or light soups, grilled bluefish or shellfish – which it suits particularly well – and even young cheeses.