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Friulano; Sauvignon Blanc; Reisling
The Friulano grape variety was previously know as Tocai and is a traditional grape variety of northern Italy. To the distress of locals, the name was changed under the direction of the EU to avoid confusion with Hungarian Tokaji! Traditional Tocai wines were unsophisticated, with producers often focusing on quantity rather than quality. When Nicola Manferrari inherited his father's vineyards, his background as a pharmacist encouraged him to experiment to try to create a more sophisticated wine - and this is one of the results!
Grapes are harvested by hand, have a very gentle pressing and undergo malolactic fermentation. The wine is aged in oak barrels for 12 months before bottling.
Borgo del Tiglio is located in the Collio, one of the best white wine producing areas of Italy, in the far north-east, close to the Slovenia border. Their objective is to produce refined, complex, balanced wines with a character that reflects the location.
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