Sauvignon is an international grape variety, but in Collio, it has found an expression that is completely unique and original. This is a full and round wine with strong aromas, which never seizes to disappoint with its intense aromatic notes ranging from elderberry, cedar, rose, and many hints of fresh herbs.
PRODUCER: Azienda Agricola RONCO BLANCHIS
GRAPE: Sauvignon 100%
PRODUCTION AREA: Collina di Blanchis (Friuli)
VINIFICATION: stainless steel tanks.
ALCOHOLIC CONTENT: 13.50 % vol.
COLOUR: straw yellow.
TASTE: intense and persistent, good sapidity.
SCENT: intense and strong, with grass and hay scent, elder, citron and rose aromatic notes.
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Starter and especially cured ham. Seafood and asparagus dishes.
Service temperature 12 - 14° C
SAUVIGNON’S NAME ETYMOLOGY
The origin of Sauvignon grape is in the south-west part of France. The name comes from "sauvage" that means wild, indicating its closeness with the wild vine variety. The vine variety is now widespread and it has the better yield in cool climate characterize by strong temperature range, just as the Collio.
Vintage 2017 James Suckling 91/100: “A fresh sauvignon with nectarines, limes and white pepper. The palate is quite
textured with pretty flavors of green fruit that intermingle with bright acidity, but finish fleshy.”