||The first information about this vine dates back to 1711 and to the writings of the ampelographer Lorenzo Gatta, around the first half of the 19th century, where the Fumin is described as a grape resistant to cold and with excellent oenological potential: a sour wine, austere, full of colour, not enjoyable when young and suitable for long ageing. In spite of its difficulty in the vineyard, due to the delicacy of the shoots and flowers, and its particular susceptibility to certain vine diseases, Fumin has today been definitively consecrated as one of the most important indigenous varieties of our region. Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator (free version)
||Altitude: 700 m. a.s.l. Exposure: South.
||October, harvested by hand in small crates.
||Spontaneous fermentation, 3 weeks in contact with the skins. Use of indigenous yeasts. Malolactic fermentation: carried out.
||12 months in 30 Hl barrels.
||Price Ottin Fumin 2019 € 18.36