In 2018 we divided the grapes grown in the South oriented vineyard from the one oriented North-East. Grapes are destalked and left with their skins in big open-topped vats 8 days with their skins, wild yeasts and no refrigeration. The contact with the skins immediately gives the wine a very intense color, which can vary from dark amber to intense pink. After a light pressure wines are racked to big Slavonian oak casks and left with the fine lees 1 year. The first months the lees are moved up with batonnage.
Vineyard: San Floriano del Collio, exposed South, marl and sandstone - Flysch, 250m a.s.l.)
Grapes: Pinot Grigio 100%
Fermentation of grape musts: Alcoholic fermentation in open topped vats with no refrigeration and no added yeasts for some days
Ageing: In large Slavonian oak barrels (15hl) for 12 months on the fine lees
Bottling: bottled by free fall without sulphites addition and no filtration