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Sauvignon Blanc Piere - Streets of Romans

Vie di Romans

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  • Cellar: Vie di Romans
  • Vintage : 2018
  • Origin : Friuli Venezia Giulia
  • Denomination: Friuli Isonzo DOC
  • Grapes: Sauvignon Blanc 100%
  • Serving temperature : 8-10 ° C
  • Alcohol volume: 14.5%
  • Format : 0.75 L
  • Moment to taste it: Dinner with friends
  • Pairings: Vegetarian dishes, fish first courses, fish main courses
  • Blowup Rating : 8/10


    Description

    The Sauvignon Blanc Piere from the Vie di Romans winery is a white wine from Sauvignon Blanc grapes from the Piere vineyard which is located in the Isonzo Rive Alte area. This label is one of the most famous and appreciated of the winery, a fresh and savory white with an excellent and clear expression.

    Tasting Notes

    In the glass the Piere di Vie di Romans shows a golden yellow color. The nose has a complex bouquet, with aromas of white flowers, beeswax, tomato leaf and tropical fruit. The mouth is sensual and deep, smooth, silky and creamy, with a long persistence. Excellent to combine with vegetarian and fish dishes during a dinner with friends.

    Processing

    After the harvest, which takes place towards the end of August, the best grapes are selected and subjected to cold maceration for a few hours. Subsequently the grapes ferment at low temperatures with selected yeasts for about 20 days. Finally the wine matures for 9 months in steel tanks on its lees, and for a further 10 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.