is a young winery created in 2019.
The first vineyard of Buttrio, where Merlot reaches its best expression, and the Poianis vineyard, where Friulano grows in perfect synergy with the cohesion of the natural elements, are wisely cultivated by the oenologist Enrico De Candido, who has seen in them the concrete realization of one of his passions.
The place is Udine, Friuli Venezia Giulia, Italy where the excellence of the territories, properly chosen, pays homage to these wines.
- clay rich in red and grey marl with fossils in Buttrio (Colli orientali del Friuli);
- clay with a prevalence of blue and red marl in Poianis (Colli orientali del Friuli).
Age of the vineyards:
from 25 to 80 years
the vineyards are exposed to the south at 200 meters above sea level.
Situated between the Julian Pre-Alps and the high Friulian plain, where the ancient sedimentation (Eocene deposits) gave origin to the typical marl and sandstone, the lands of Poianis and Buttrio are surrounded by woods and the Adriatic Sea, then receded, is only 40 kilometers away from them.
- DOC Friuli Colli orientali Merlot – Col di Buri
- DOC Friuli Colli orientali Merlot
- DOC Friuli Colli orientali Friulano
the main concern of the winery is that wines must enhance the territory of origin, realize the characteristics of elegance and finesse by preserving the value of a varietal fruit. Enrico De Candido says that "calibrating the proportion is an exercise of balance".
noble and typical wines, harmonious and refreshing.
- Friulano: herbaceous, fruity, mineral, good acidity.
- Merlot: fruit, freshness, softness.
All wines are characterized by elegance, harmony and longevity. They give an emotion that conquers you sip after sip.
White: big white fish and oysters. Ham, tartare and even bitter vegetables.
Red: excellent with Kobe meat and grilled lamb, but also with game, chicken or rabbit cooked in a pan. Lovely with cotechino and goat cheese.
Merlot – Col di BuriVintage 2018
Exposure of the vineyard Buttrio: south - Average age of the vineyard: 25 years
Maceration for fourteen days and fermentation for ten days in stainless steel vats. Aged in amphorae and in French oak barrels for eighteen months. Eight months in stainless steel.
The wine shows a clear ruby red drape.
The olfactory impact is intense and ample with a fresh and fruity scent of cherry. Notes of watermelon and pomegranate seeds. Floral bouquet of violet and pink lily. Anise and spicy hints of carnation and black cardamom. Scents of mint and menthol introduce notes of good ovule and white truffle. Graphite mineral. Delicate aromas of dark tobacco and French butter in the finish.
The mouthfeel is firm and fresh. The tannic texture ,of rare elegance, is accompanied by vibration and progression. It is a wine with a very long persistence and a masterful closure. A symphony of emotions.
Exposure of the vineyard Buttrio: south - Age of the vineyard: 40 years
Maceration: fourteen days. Fermentation: seven days in steel vats. Maturation in amphorae and in French oak barriques (first and second passage) for eighteen months. Eight months in stainless steel.
The wine shows a noble ruby red colour with violet reflections.
The bouquet is intense and broad with notes of fresh red fruit such as plum and blackberry. Fig and spices such as black pepper, cloves, cinnamon and green cardamom. Terracotta, toasted flaxseed. Notes of new leather and animal scent. Tips of bitter chocolate and vanilla in the finish.
In the mouth it is dry, soft and enveloping. The freshness is accompanied by a silky tannic texture and a serpentine salivation reveals a wine of excellent body, long persistence, finesse and great balance.
Average age of the vineyard Poianis in Cividale del Friuli: 40 years
Stabulation and fermentation for ten days in stainless steel tanks. Maturation from eight to ten months in barrique and amphora.
The wine shows an intense straw yellow colour with crystalline golden reflections.
The bouquet is amazingly broad and of rare finesse with fruity scents such as pink grapefruit, white peach and green pear. Herbaceous characters such as hay, dandelion and nettle. Notes of wet earth and minerals such as river pebbles in the final.
The attack on the palate is clear and clean. Dry and warm, it pervades the mouth with great freshness and minerality. The distribution of the parts on the lingual mantle is of a praiseworthy precision. A wine of excellent structure and great balance, of incredible intensity and long persistence. An excellent young Friulian wine that entices you after the first sip.
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