|Composition of the land
||The hilly, formed during the eocene has an alternate of marne (lime and limestone clay) and sandstone (stained ceilings). Waterproof causes water surface sliding resulting in soil erodibility, leading to a very soft morphology.
||After harvesting the grapes, for a 5% surmature, they are separated from the rasp. The juice and the pulp undergo a cold maceration, so a slight pressure that allows the separation from the skins. 30% of the must is fermented in oak barrels, the remaining in steel tanks. The wine is left to rest about three years on yeasts and a bottle year.
||The wine is left to rest about three years on yeasts and a bottle year
||It is mainly matched with medium seasoned herb cheese, grilled fish, veal-based dishes such as risotto with asparagus, peppers or spices such as sage and mint
||Price Marco Felluga Russiz Sauvignon Riserva 2013 € 28.84