Solid, luscious and silky smooth, this white wine from the northern Friuli region is one of the most beautiful expressions of the Pinot Bianco grape you’ll find. Stone fruit and nutty tones are rich and penetrating and backed by more fruit and white flowers. Half the wine sees four months of oak to shape its creamy consistency and heightened complexity.
This tremendous wine is 100% Pinot Grigio, of which 50% was aged in new wood. It is rich and full-bodied, with complex layers of vanilla. It comes from low-yielding, old vines. Only 8,000 bottles were produced.
Truly wonderful, with a creamy, smooth texture and lavish notes of ripe blackberry, chocolate fudge, cedar and smoke that grow in intensity and succulence as it warms. Exciting and vibrant in the mouth, with an excellent, firm structure, elegance and a polished quality throughout.
Here’s a creamy and sophisticated expression of Pinot Bianco from one of the best-suited territories for this particular grape. The wine offers layered tones of stone fruit, pear and white almond and boasts a very silky feel that rides long on the finish. It’s an excellent wine.
Here’s a toasty and nutty Pinot Grigio that has obviously benefited from mild oak aging to achieve smooth texture and luscious length on the finish. It’s an opulent, round wine that would pair well with grilled asparagus or white meat.
Here’s a thick and resinous Pinot Grigio with a deeply golden color and intense aromas of pine, almond, honey and dried apricot. This is not the light and breezy style of Pinot Grigio you may be familiar with, so look to pair this wine with Tandoori chicken or oven-roasted pasta.
The Zuc di Volpe line boasts an exceedingly attractive expression of Pinot Bianco that is both aromatic and textured at the same time. The wine sees some oak aging that has helped shape aromas of almond, honey and fresh peach.
The Zuc di Volpe Sauvignon is a special wine not only for the freshness of its fruity aromas but also for the thicker structure and creaminess this wine offers. It’s not easy to achieve this level of texture and persistency with this variety.