Friulano is a native Friuli grape, formerly known as Tocai Friuliano, a grape that can produce outstanding white wines.
This Friulano wine has an elegant, fine and delicate floral nose with the grape typical almond scent, more or less noticeable depending on the vintage. In the palate the wine is full, perfectly balanced, rich, lively with a long finish, with great structure.
Friulano wines pair perfectly creamy risotto and rich, flavourful creamy pasta or fresh cheeses.
The artisan who made it
Roberto Scubla is an amazing person who is very passionate about his wines. He took a big risk and left a safe job in the bank for an uncertain future amongst the vines and he has truly succeeded in what he was trying to achieve. His winery and vineyards are located in the Colli Orientali area of Friuli, north east of Italy, near the Slovenian border, where he grows native grapes like the Friulano and Verduzzo but also grapes that have found an ideal environment in Friuli such as the Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon or the Sauvignon and all his wines have plenty of character and elegance.