||The first evidence of grapes date back to the vintage year 1973 and the first offered for sale with that name and the label was the vintage 1975. The name refers to Tunina former owner of the land on which the original vineyard site and is dedicated to the lover's poorest Casanova, who was a housekeeper in Venice for the fact she was called Tunina (Antonia).
|Composition of the land
||Marl and sandstone belonging to the prevalent formation flyschioide Eocene age, characteristics of the Collio area with south-west, north-east.
||Types of farming are used Guyot-Capuchin.
||In this particular blend is a selection made of the finest grapes which are harvested late, about two weeks after the normal harvest of an area of approximately 16 hectares of vineyards planted on the Ronco del Fortino.
|| Small parts (10-15%) are now fermented and aged in large, Slovenian oak
||It goes well with pasta with truffles, with a great variety of seafood dishes, especially baked and salsa, but also get to be able to marry white meat. Wonderful memories of his encounter with a cushion of fresh salmon stuffed with parmesan cheese and artichokes. (Daniel Cernilli)