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Tal Lùc 2012 – Lis Neris

Tal Lùc 2012 - Lis Neris
Written by Piero Pardini

Credits: © Lis Neris – Friuli Venezia Giulia – Italy

Wine: Tal Lùc
Variety composition: 95% Friulian Verduzzo 5% Riesling.
Denomination: white wine obtained from dried grapes.
Municipality of production: San Lorenzo (Gorizia).
Alcoholic strength: 10.6% vol.
Vintage: 2012.
Soil: calcareous gravelly plateau (60 meters above sea level).
Average age of the vines: more than 25 years.
Training system: Guyot 5,200 vines / ha.
Production: 10 hl / ha.
Vineyard: cultivated with organic fertilization and integrated phytosanitary defense (as per EU legislation) with the abolition of chemical weeding.
Harvest period: by hand with careful selection of the bunches (October 2012).
Vinification: After the harvest the grapes are left to dry for a period of 120/130 days in a conditioned environment. Fermentation and maturation in new 225 liter French oak barrels. Followed by bottling and long aging in the bottle.
Aging potential: 20 years.
Serving temperature: 11° C.

Tal Lùc 2012 - Lis Neris

© Ph. Piero Pardini – The Wolf Post

Tasting Notes
Crystal-clear, amber yellow in color, consistent.
On the palate the sample is intense, complex and fine. The bouquet of scents is varied: floral, fruity and spicy. Hints of withered yellow flowers, tropical fruits, kiwi, vanilla, honey, apricot jam, sweet spices and a note of eucalyptus.
The sip is sweet, not cloying, balanced in its parts, intense, persistent and fine.
It is recommended in combination with an apricot jam tart.

5 Lupetti

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Società Semplice Agricola Lis Neris
Via Gavinana, 5 – 34070 San Lorenzo Isontino (GO)
Phone +39 0481 80105

About the author

Piero Pardini

Founder and editor of "The Wolf Post", Italian based International digital wine platform.
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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