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Straw yellow color with emerald green reflections, the nose opens with hints of wood, turning on the grapefruit to close with light hints of tomato leaf and peppermint; In the mouth is immediately evident the acidic shoulder that punches and shakes the palate with a delightful fragrance.
Standing on fine lees for a period ranging from 4 to 6 months with frequent batonnage.
Address: Via Fornalis, 275, 33043 Cividale del Friuli UD
Web site: www.sirchwine.it
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Sirch's project started in 2002, but the family has been producing wine for more than three generations. Sirch wines express the territory without forcing. The will to make "clean and simple" wines really conceals the conviction of obtaining subtle complexity and rich in nuances. Sirch aims at rediscovering the traditional style of Friulian wines, children of respect for the territory and the almost exclusive exploitation of the work in the vineyard.
The company is in the heart of the Doc of the Colli Orientali of Friuli, in Cividale del Friuli - Unesco Natural Heritage from 2011 - the most fresh area of this famous terroir especially dedicated to the production of white wines. These hills are located in the northeast part of the province of Udine, continuing north towards the Carnic Alps. Mediterranean and continental climates ensure constant ventilation with sensitive thermal excursions that affect and enhance the varietal aromas of vines.
Nature has created a magic in this area of Friuli, creating marvelous hilly terrains where vineyards are subject to many microclimatic variables resulting from an unlimited union between the breezes of the Adriatic Sea and the fresh winds of the East. The vineyards - about 100 hectares - are scattered in different areas, they are of variable age and bred with guyot or with the classic "double upside down".