Excellent sweet wine. Since the 1600s, this wine has been renowned in European and Papal courts, and it is also an indigenous vine which found its perfect natural habitat in the Rosazzo malm. With a more or less strong yellow colour, it has an ample bouquet that is reminiscent of acacia flowers, honey and dried fruit.
Elegant and aristocratic, it should be sipped slowly to capture the aroma and taste sensations, which vary continuously.
Training system: double arched cane
System density: 3000 vines per hectare
Yield: 20 hl per hectare
Vineyards year of planting: 1978-2002
Manual harvesting in trays, late season, usually by the first half of November
Fermentation: in semi-new barrique
Time in barrique: 6/12 months according to the vintage
Bottling: one year after production
Ageing: at least one year in the bottle
Pairings: a meditative wine, which can also be paired with fois gras, shellfish (oysters, etc.), fatty cheeses and fermented cheeses
Serve cool, but not too cold.