Friulano DOP 2019 – Alkur

£13.00

Alkur Friulano has a yellow lemon colour, with a complex aroma of meadow flowers, pear and citrus friut. Dry and intense with an almond finish. This lovely Friulano pairs well with soft cheese, fish, and pasta. Perfect as an aperitif.

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SKU: ALKR-FRLN-2019-1-750 Categories: , , ,

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Colour
Lemon green
FLAVOURS
Floral
Green fruit
Citrus fruit
Palate

Sweetness

Acidity

Body

Abv
12,5%
Serve At
10-12°
Food Pairing
Aperitif
Pasta
Cheese (soft, mild)
Fish
Country

Region

Friuli Venezia Giulia

Grape Variety

Friulano

Producer

Alkur

Certification

Sustainable

With more than a century of history and tradition, Azienda Agricola Kurtin , has recently had a new start with Ulisse Bellesso, Alessio Kurtin and Isacco Curtarello. New ambitions for the future, always in the constant search for improvement while maintaining its local identity.  Kurtin can use the Collio DOP denomination on their wines which is one of the best area of production for international grape varieties as Sauvignon Blanc, Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon. However in this area white grapes have found their best growing area, as the native Ribolla Gialla and Friulano Grape. 

Friulano

The grape excels in the hills of Collio and Friuli Colli Orientali in the Friuli Venezia Giulia region. It was known as Tocai Friulano until 2007, when the European Union, after a long debate, forced Italy to relinquish the Tocai name to avoid confusion with Tokaj from Hungary; Friulano is a totally different wine from the Hungarian Tocai which is made by Frumint grapes. Wines made with Friulano boast full-bodied finesse and feature aromas and flavors of pear and almond. While it’s fresh, it has milder acidity than many other white grapes. Some producers ferment and age in wood to add complexity. Also called Sauvignonasse, this lean, dry, herbal white is often mistaken for Sauvignon Blanc.

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