Friuli

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  • Piligrin in Friulian language means pilgrim, a person one who in ancient times would travel the Cammino del Tagliamento, along the Tagliamento river, through the Lands of Plovia, to reach Venice, and then embark for the Holy Land. In your glass Piligrin is vibrant red, the nose is intense and polyphonic, and it recalls small red fruits, such as currants, blueberries and plums, and you even get a nuance of morello cherry jam. There are notes of cyclamens and violets followed by sensations of fresh and minty herbs. The finish has a hint of bitter cocoa and licorice root. Piligrin has a lively character on the palate, supporting the aromatic persistence given by its intriguing Piculit Neri grape variety.

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  • “Flum” in Friulian language means “river”.
    The name is a tribute to the Tagliamento, the great river of Friuli. It is a golden and brilliant wine. Its bouquet offers fresh notes of white flowers, perhaps wild roses, and crisp fruit such as pears and white peaches, then evolving into sweeter notes of spices and herbs, honey and caramel nuts. The taste is warm, elegant and constantly recalls the aromas perceived in the nose. It then ends with a charming final, long lasting tension, which is the hallmark of Sciaglin.

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  • Friulano Albino Armani

    Sincere and hospitable like Friuli, this wine symbolizes the most genuine tradition of Friulian people with their love for local history and the virtues of an authentic land.
    In the glass the straw yellow color is bright and changing, with a touch of green. The bouquet is slightly aromatic with reminders of almond, elderberry flowers and mature pear, the same elegant mineral notes that you will rediscover on the palate.

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  • Pinot Grigio Friuli Albino Armani

    This elegant and incisive Pinot Grigio finds an exclusive dimension among the white stones of the “Grave” area, in the region Friuli Venezia Giulia. Our choice to produce just a few bunches per grapevine allows this wine to boast its full expressiveness. Straw yellow in color, intense and characteristic bouquet recalling pears and mature apples. It evolves with scents of dry hay and toasted almond. On the palate it is fresh and mineral, just as the land it springs from.

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  • The Grave Friulana is a particularly suitable area for the cultivation of the “Glera” vine and therefore it was included in the appellation of origin (Prosecco DOC). Its stony and loose soil, the significant temperature shifts and the ventilated microclimate, make the grapes express their unique characteristics and, together with a careful vinification, result in an elegant Prosecco. In the glass you will find a surprising fine perlage, a fruity and fresh bouquet enriched with mineral notes. The sip is delicate and creamy and recalls the same scents you perceived on the nose. The finish is long, pleasantly sapid and mineral.

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  • Refosco dal Peduncolo Rosso Albino Armani

    Ever since antiquity Refosco has been considered a very renowned wine. Even the ancient Romans appreciated its character and the intense, dark color of the grapes.
    In the course of the centuries, Refosco has found its “home” in Friuli. During the feasts, of which we still have historical memory, it was enjoyed together with other autochthonous Friulian wines such as Picolit, Ribolla and Ramandolo.
    Refosco dal “peduncolo rosso” (with red stem) is considered to be the best among the various Refosco varietals. It stands out for its lively ruby red color. The bouquet can range from dried herbs to flowers, fresh red fruit and dark spices. The toasting notes are developed by the brief aging in wood which at the same time softens its vibrant tannins.

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  • Among indigenous wines from Friuli, Ribolla Gialla is the one with the oldest documented tradition, dating back to the year 1299.

    Today this variety results in wines made in different styles, while maintaining an informal and sincere profile.
    In our version,  it is a pulpy and savory white, enriched by a short maceration on the skins that makes it more consistent on the palate while preserving a nice freshness.
    Lively and vibrant, with bright acidity, this wine reveals fruity and mineral scents, nuances that persist in your mouth with salty and crisp suggestions.

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  • Ribolla Gialla Albino Armani

    The stony soil of this area, the strong thermal shifts and the long rest on the yeasts, make this Ribolla a sparkling wine with a refined and persistent perlage that combines the minerality of the terroir with the floral and citrus fragrance.
    This “metodo classico” (Champenoise method) from Friuli, is a wine of great personality, obtained from the indigenous Ribolla Gialla grapes grown in our vineyards in the area called “Grave”, at the feet of the Alps, north of Venice. Freshness and acidity are well balanced on the palate. The wide sip and the dry, long finish invite you to a second glass.

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  • Sauvignon-Superiore-Friuli-Grave-DOC

    Believing in the potential of a terroir that we have known, loved and protected for years.

    Challenging it.

    Giving the wine enough time to fully develop its identity and express its innate elegance.

    To allow ourselves to be surprised.

    This is the heart of the thought leading us to imagine a new Sauvignon from Alta Grave in Friuli, where the mountains that frame the vineyards mitigate the temperatures, with constant winds and considerable temperature shifts. Waiting patiently awarded us with a wine of fascinating nuances, where floral notes of elder, magnolia and Mediterranean herbs meet citrus scents: a complexity that also complements the long and persuasive sip.

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  • Prosecco-Rose-DOC-extra-dry

    Irresistible to lady enthusiasts and made in Italy sparkling wine lovers, our Prosecco Rosé will be keeping the vibrant freshness of Albino Armani Prosecco and is created by using 90% of Glera grapes enriched with 10% of Pinot Noir.
    The Pinot Noir gives our new wine both a refined rosé color and a more structured and complex perlage.

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