Sensory profile A luminous straw yellow, shot through with gold, immediately impresses, while the nose offers pungent, green impressions of wild herbs such as rosemary, winter savoury, lemon verbena, and nettle, immersing us in its initial steps in a beguiling experience of a fragrant kitchen garden in late May. The bouquet continues to evolve, with self-confident notes of peach, pineapple, and almond, concluding, as the wine breathes, on a crisp touch of citrus. The palate opens to full volume and a judicious warmth, then an unhurried, majestic progression allows full appreciation of the wine’s impressive mineral component and mosaic of ripe fruit, which expands from the mid- palate, evolving into a near-endless finale crowned with a glossy, pleasantly bitterish note of almond. Overall, this growing year produced wines of pronounced varietal character and terroir-expressiveness that exhibit exuberantly crisp aromatics.
Pairings Because of its typical characteristics, it matches perfectly to the traditional dishes of the region. It will be perfect with San Daniele ham and Montasio cheese.