2020 Terre Alte Livio Felluga Friuli-Venezia-Giulia E04 - Italy White

St Barth’s Wine

Livio Felluga's Pinot Grigio wine is one of the most popular labels of one of the most famous wineries in Friuli. Livio Felluga began his activity as a producer by purchasing some vineyards in Rosazzo, in one of the most beautiful and suitable locations in the entire Colli Orientali area. From the beginning it has directed its production towards a search for uncompromising quality, to enhance the vines historically present in the territory. 

Today Livio Felluga manages an estate of over 150 hectares in the best areas of the Colli Orientali and Collio, with some prestigious parcels in the Rosazzo area. Its labels, which depict the ancient maps of the territory, are known all over the world and have now become a guarantee of absolute quality.

The Pinot Bianco and Sauvignon fermented at controlled temperatures in stainless steel tanks, where they matured for about ten months. The Friulano fermented and aged in small casks of French oak. The Pinot Bianco and Sauvignon mature in stainless steel while the Friulano stays in small oak casks. After aging for about ten months, the wines were blended. The bottled wine was aged in temperature-controlled binning cellars for about 9 months.

intense straw yellow. extremely captivating, very intense, biting, seductive, heady, elegant and complex; full of great personality and onward persistence;

Aromas of exotic fruit perfectly integrated to notes of acacia flowers, elderberry flowers, marjoram, lily of the valley, iris, hawthorn; citrus peel, vanilla sugar, saffron, ginger, cinnamon and sweet almond. 

Full, deep, layers, structured and harmonious; rich, savory, soft yet vibrant; intriguing aftertaste, aromatic, rich and persistent with hints of candied citrus, sage, vanilla and wet stone.

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