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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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  • Sciaglin (from the Friulian dialect “s’ciale”, terracing) is a historic indigenous Friulian grape variety that had almost disappeared. It has been recovered and is now thriving in our vineyards in Valeriano, in the north eastern region Friuli, at the foot of the Alps. Valeriano is located in the municipality of Pinzano al Tagliamento, a hilly area with intense temperature variations and rainfall, where the soil is mainly composed of silt, sand and clay . Here, Sciaglin expresses its authentic character and uniqueness in a wine with decisive tones, elegant reminders of herbs and wild flowers, lively on the palate with a fine savoury finish promising longevity.

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  • Ucelut (from “uccello” meaning bird in Italian. This name recalls the so-called ‘bird grapes’ growing spontaneously at the edge of the woods and which birds are fond of), is a historic indigenous Friulian grape variety that had almost disappeared. It has been recovered and is now thriving in our vineyards in Valeriano, in the north eastern region Friuli, at the foot of the Alps. Valeriano is located in the municipality of Pinzano al Tagliamento, a hilly area with intense temperature shifts and rainfall, where the soil is mainly composed of silt, sand and clay. Here, Ucelut expresses its authentic character and uniqueness in a wine with elegant floral scents of acacia and wild flowers, soft on the palate, while maintaining the pleasant freshness and sapidity that enhance its taste.

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  • Flum Venezia Giulia Terre di Plovia

    “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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  • Among the mountains of the Trentino Alto Adige region where the climate is fresh and windy, this vine finds an ideal habitat, resulting in a bright wine with a decisive and persistent bouquet.
    Very aromatic and elegant on the nose with scents of tropical fruit, roses, spices and honey. Smooth and velvety in the mouth, long and persistent.

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  • In the southern part of Valdadige, the climate is characterized by intense temperature shifts and constant winds. These climatic conditions, together with the great experience of our vine-growers, make this an ideal place for the cultivation of Pinot Grigio. Years of research on this varietal have allowed us to achieve levels of excellence.
    Straw yellow in color with light ash-grey hints typical of Pinot Grigio. The scent is intriguing, with intense notes of lime, pear and aromatic herbs such as mint and sage. In the mouth it is sapid and complex, fresh and persistent.

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  • The elegant powder pink color together with the brilliant and fine perlage, make this wine very attractive.
    The bouquet expresses scents of roses, toasted almonds and vanilla that you will rediscover on the palate where the elegance of Pinot Nero meets the roundness of Chardonnay.

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  • Sauvignon Tre Venezie Albino Armani

    This wine Sauvignon Campo Napoleone is for people who love intense aromatic flavors. Its remarkable personality is well perceived already when whirling the wine in the glass where it shows its voluptuous consistency.
    On the nose it expresses the typical scents of this vine: tomato leaf, green pepper, sage and elderberry. On the palate it is rich, round and decisive, recalling the same notes you already smelled. The aftertaste is pleasantly mineral.

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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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  • 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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