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Dut'Un - Streets of Romans

Vie di Romans

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  • Cellar: Vie di Romans
  • Vintage : 2018
  • Origin : Friuli Venezia Giulia
  • Denomination: Venezia Giulia IGT
  • Grapes: Chardonnay 50% and Sauvignon 50%
  • Serving temperature : 10-12 ° C
  • Alcohol volume : 14.5%
  • Format : 0.75 L
  • Moment to taste it: Important dinners
  • Pairings: White meat main courses, fish dishes
  • Blowup Rating : 9/10


    Description

    The Dut'Un from the Vie di Romans winery is a white wine from Friuli Venezia Giulia that is obtained from a blend of Chardonnay and Sauvignon grapes in equal quantities. A white with unmistakable aromas and an elegant taste. It is also a wine with an aging capacity of up to 25 years.

    Tasting Notes

    At sight it has a golden color, with greenish reflections. The olfactory bouquet recalls fruity notes of mango and pineapple, but also apricots and ripe peaches. These aromas combine with citrus, vegetable and mineral notes. In the mouth there is a fantastic balance between freshness and softness, with an enveloping, rich and savory taste. Excellent body and long persistence. Dut'Un di Vie di Romans goes perfectly with fish-based dishes and white meat main courses.

    Processing

    After the grape harvest and subsequent processing including cold maceration and fermentation of 18-22 days, the Dut'Un di Vie di Romans is left to age for nine months in barrique on the lees and for a further 20 months in the bottle.

    The cellar

    Vie De Romans is the winery owned by the Gallo family, founded in the early 1900s, the winery takes its name from its position located along an ancient Roman road. What still distinguishes the company today is the search for ever greater quality that has made it a model in the panorama of Italian winemaking. Thanks to the composition of the soil and the climatic conditions, the cultivation of white vines is privileged, but there are also excellent reds in their production.