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Hidden pearls in our Cellar

Perle nascoste nella nostra Cantina

Faccoli Winery, Franciacorta:

The Faccoli winery grows its vines in one of the most difficult areas of Franciacorta to cultivate, but it is equally undeniable that the soils of this area are richer in minerals and the particular exposure gives these grapes, if worked well, unique characteristics. Faccoli perfectly embodies the Italian Classic Method, which would not look out of place in the French Costa dei Bianchi. The result is unmistakable and straightforward Franciacortas, with great aromatic persistence and lively minerality.

Enolora and its selection:

Franciacorta Dosaggio Zero by Faccoli is  available in our Online Store and is the latest product put on the market. It represents the research work of the company, a bubble was missing capable of synthesizing the traditional method and expressing its nature: evolution of the wine maceration on the yeasts. From this research the Dosaggio Zero was born: a non-dosed bubble, disgorged and topped up with the same wine after 48 months on the lees.   

Poggio di Sotto, Montalcino:

The Poggio di Sotto estate, spread over an area of ​​44 hectares, is located on the south-eastern side of the Montalcino hill, in the main area for the production of Sangiovese. The fine wine production, based on a careful selection of grapes, benefits from an exclusive position that gives life to an ideal microclimate, in which the significant temperature ranges do not fail even in the hottest of seasons. The love for the territory and the desire to give life to great wines have always characterized the production of the company, founded in 1989. The company takes meticulous care of the excellence of its wines, starting from a double process of selection in the vineyard and cellar. The wines of the Poggio di Sotto estate are characterized by a complex structure, although the only grape variety grown exclusively is Sangiovese. The different vines differ not only in the age of planting, but also in the characteristics of the cultivation soils and their altitude, thus giving the final product a rich and varied soul. The production of the company, with the Brunello di Montalcino and the Rosso di Montalcino, interprets the vocation of the Montalcino area in an exemplary way, offering powerful, refined and elegant, multifaceted and decisive wines. Among the best Italian wines we will surely find this majestic production of Sangiovese in Montalcino!

Silvio Jermann, Friuli V. Giulia:

Jermann is the story of a passion that comes from far away. Anton Jermann, the founder, leaves the Austrian wine region of Burgenland and then the vineyards in Slovenia to put down roots in Friuli Venezia Giulia. It was 1881. Here he continued his winemaking activity, to which Silvio Jermann, thanks to his genius and imagination, gave an epochal turning point in the 1970s, bringing the company to the top in Italian and then world wine. Today the Jermann property covers 150 hectares, 130 of which are vineyards. It is a company that communicates with the world every day but the attention, however, always remains focused on the concrete things that make a wine great. In short, love for the land is the cornerstone of this farm, a great pearl of the Collio, renowned for its exceptional whites but also for its robust and traditional reds.

Vintage Tunina a Masterpiece!

Vintage Tunina from Sauvignon, Chardonnay grapes with additions of Ribolla Gialla, Malvasia Istriana and Picolit. It goes well with first courses with truffles, with a great variety of fish dishes, especially baked and with sauces, but it can also be paired with white meats. The memory of his encounter with a bread cushion, fresh salmon and a sprinkling of Parmesan and artichokes is splendid.

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