This golden-colored wine opens with great intensity and complexity and boasts aromas of mature peach, honey and marzipan or almond nuances. The sweet floral notes of jasmine and honeysuckle are particularly attractive and the wine delivers tonic freshness and long-lasting flavors.
Luminous and bright, this sophisticated dessert wine from northeast Italy offers abundant and generous tones of peach, honey and maple syrup. The wine is extremely lively and cheerful and ends with a zesty touch of acidity.
This luminous Tocai Friulano delivers a broad array of aromas including stone fruit and almond. It has a thicker, supple approach and a very solid texture in the mouth. Pair it with shellfish, shrimps or scallops in a creamy sage butter sauce.
This is a very likeable and sophisticated Friuliano with smooth, rich density and fragrant aromas of stone and passion fruit. Only the high alcohol (14.5%) is out of place, and you can feel it on the nose and palate.
This Sauvignon is not very intense in terms of its aromatic delivery although it does offer measured tones of lemongrass, peach, honey and fresh basil. It has a vibrant, luminous quality and crisp, easy finish.
There isn’t much in the way of attractive fruit on the musky, sweaty nose. Lemony, spicy flavors are also broken up by the unwelcome taste of chicken soup. As a whole it’s fairly dull and chunky, and not very evolved or fancy.