Vigne di Zamò is an historic winery in Colli Orientali del Friuli which began to take its first steps in the world of wine in 1978. A family and artisan company,which still assists the vineyards according to the principles of maximum respect for the ecosystem, environment and nature, and, in the process of winemaking, aging and refining, uses a mix of innovative technologies and respect for local traditions.
Grape Variety: Pinot Grigio 100%
Alcohol Volume: 14%
Ageing: Stainless steel tanks at controlled temperature. After 8 months of aging sur-lies, the wine is bottled and marketed.
Winery: Le Vigne di Zamo’
Perfume: Notes of yeast and crusty bread. Vanilla and a faint hint of smoky toastiness round off the intense bouquet
Flavour: The mouthfilling, glycerine-rich palate has warmth and breadth, signing off with very savoury acidity and a hint of tannins. The long-lingering after-aroma evokes all the wine’s power
Colour: Deep, almost pinkish, onionskin
Origin: Friuli Venezia Giulia, Italy
Pairings: Spider crab, scampi or shrimp, preferably steamed so that their sweetness is offset by the wine’s rich, oily texture. Particularly delicious with razor shells, scallops and stewed cuttlefish, or fish-based pasta and risottos in general.
PRICE INCL. VAT: £20.80