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.
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.
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.
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