Italy North Wine Guide

Lis Neris

Written by Piero Pardini

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LIS NERIS – FRIULI VENEZIA GIULIA – ITALY

When the Isonzo river leaves the narrow gullies that harness it during its Slovenian journey, here is Gorizia, one of the most disputed border towns in Europe. An enchanting scenery appears, scattered with small villages that have grown up around a bell tower. The vineyards characterize the landscape and with their phases mark the rhythm of the days.

In this context, since 1879, four generations of the Pecorari family have contributed with their work and passion to the construction and growth of one of the most representative productive realities of Eastern Friuli.

1981 was the year of the turning point and it was there that a new production mentality began to take shape aimed at achieving superior quality. White wines have proven to be the best expression of this territory, a peculiarity that has been acquired as the pivot of the company mission.

The goal is to make ever better wines and with work create the conditions for this to happen.

Owner: Alvaro Pecorari
Oenological management: Alvaro Pecorari
Agrononic management: Alvaro Pecorari
Viticulture: conventional and organic
Vineyard hectares: 74
Bottles produced: 400.000
Direct sales: yes
Visits to the company: yes
Oil production: no
Foundation year: 1879

Labels reviewed
Confini 2017
Confini 2016
Gris 2017
Jurosa 2016
La Vila 2016
Lis 2017
Lis 2016
Picol 2016
Tal Lùc 2012

Società Semplice Agricola Lis Neris
Via Gavinana, 5 – 34070 San Lorenzo Isontino (GO)
Phone +39 0481 80105
E-mail: lisneris@lisneris.it
Website: www.lisneris.it

About the author

Piero Pardini

Founder and editor of "The Wolf Post".
Freelance Journalist.
Wine critic and Sommelier.
He has also written about sports and technology for some specialized magazines.
Co-author of the authorized biography "Gianni Clerici - The writer, the poet the journalist", Le Lettere, Firenze.

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