Terre di Plovia – “Flum” Venezia Giulia IGT

“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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    Grape varieties: Chardonnay, Friulano and Sciaglin.
    Production area: in the foothills of the Carnic Alps, in Alta Grave Friulana.
    Soil composition: mostly limestone, with sand and clay.
    Vine training system: Guyot.
    Vinification: manual harvesting, when the grapes are completely ripe. Pressing of the whole bunch. The three grapes making up the blend are vinified separately in various wooden barrels of different sizes: the Chardonnay in barrique, Friulano both in oaken casks and in stainless steel tanks, and the Sciaglin in tonneaux. Then they are aged on fine lees for over 12 months, with frequent batonnage. Finally, bottle aging and consumption after at least one year.
    Food pairings: eggs and asparagus, risotto with truffles, vegetable and shellfish cream soups, orecchiette with clams and broccoli, vegetable pie, baked fish with herbs and potatoes, white meat such as chicken and poultry.
    Service temperature: 6-8 °C.

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    Decanter World Wine Awards 2022
    annata 2020 - Medaglia d'argento: 92 punti
    I migliori 100 vini e vignaioli d’Italia 2023
    Falstaff Trophy Friuli Venezia Giulia 2023
    92 punti
    Il vino per tutti
    annata 2020 - Clessidra di Platino
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