Friuli in the northeast of Italy is an ideal region for growing white wine grapes like Ribolla Gialla. It is protected by the Alps to the north and receives the sea breeze from the Adriatic Sea in the south. The favorable conditions were known even in Roman times when the region was devoted to winemaking.

Ribolla Gialla is an ancient indigenous variety from northern Italy that is not often found elsewhere. Select handpicked grapes of optimum ripeness are gently pressed immediately after harvest and undergo a cold-temperature fermentation in stainless steel tanks. As there is no oak aging, the finished wine is a beautifully pure expression of the Ribolla Gialla grape.

Harvest Note
The 2023 vintage was characterized by heavy rainfall and adverse weather events. There were intense rains from flowering through the entire summer. This weather pattern led to a delay in the harvest. Two weeks before harvest, the weather turned very hot and windy with cool nights that enabled good sugar content but reduced must yields. The quality of the wines are very positive.
Tasting Note
Straw yellow in color. The aroma is fruity and floral with notes of lemon and green apple. This wine is dry with bright acidity, and a good structure and finish.
Food Pairing
Fish, white meat, and vegetable dishes
Technical Data
GRAPES: Ribolla Gialla (100%)
PH: 3.35
ABV: 12.5%
Unique Selling Points
  • A pure expression of Ribolla Gialla, a variety indigenous to northern Italy
  • Estate grown and bottled, hand-harvested grapes
  • Certified sustainable (by SQNPI and Global GAP), gluten-free
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