||By hand in small cases; second week of September.
||Thirty per cent of the fruit is cold-macerated for 48 hours. The musts obtained are inoculated straight away and alcoholic fermentation takes place in stainless steel at controlled temperatures of 18-20 °C. The wine stays in contact with the gross lees for 10 months, undergoes 50% malolactic fermentation and is racked just once, enabling it to keep the matière it derived from its terrain as intact as possible. The two lots of wine are kept separate until June, when final blending and bottling takes place.
||Suitable with first courses such as risotto or fish soups, barley and bean soup. With main courses it goes well with large baked fish.
||Price Le Vigne di Zamò Friulano No Name 2018 € 16.23