Pinot Grigio d'Isonzo DOC

Feudi di Romans

Pronunciation
PEA-no-gree-joe
Year
2012
Type
White
Winery
Feudi di Romans
Region
Friuli
Oenologist
Davide Lorenzon with Matt Thompson (consultant)

Overview

Feudi di Romans is a winery located on the Isonzo plain in Friuli, northeastern Italy. For decades they sold grapes from their reliable vineyards to wineries in the area. In 1995 they decided to produce their own wines and built a state of the art winery. They are regarded as one of the top new wineries in the Isonzo area. Pinot Grigio in this region is a vine with French origins from centuries ago. Friuli's climatic and soil conditions favour the success of this variety. It is one of the region’s best known wines world wide.

Wine Notes

Grape Variety
100% Pinot Grigio
Vinification
Soft pressed immediately to keep freshness and colour, fermentation with select indigenous yeast. Fermentation at 18° C, for 10 days
Aging
Stainless steel tanks
Alcohol
12.5%
| Appearance
Straw yellow, with greenish hints
| Aroma
Bouquet of fresh fruit with floral
| Taste
Dry, gentle, full, pleasantly bitter in taste with balanced acidity
| Serving Suggestions
On its own or with pastas, risotto and fish or shellfish, and with the region's San Danielle ham

Pinot Grigio d'Isonzo DOC

Suggested Retail:
$20.50
CSPC#:
634279
Available Sizes:
375ml
750ml
Bottles Per Case:
12