Zeus

zeus

Zeus

Red wine DOC COF
Intense ruby red in colour with violet reflections.
Excellent fluidity in the glass. Its smell strikes for its reminiscence of red fruits (blueberry, cherry and cassis blackberry) and spices (nutmeg, black pepper, cloves, vanilla and chocolate), which always return in different ways, overlapping one another and making the tasting more and more fascinating.
On the palate Zeus is severe, with a nice personality that slowly sinks and stimulates those perceptions previously recognized in a lively and persistent manner that draws one back to drinking.
This is not a wine made for stunning but for conquering with its tonality, its being spicy and its elegance; when one tastes it, one gets caught in a whole of elegant and powerful sensations.
It is a wine suitable for medium and long ageing. In its first years it goes best with red meats (deer, chamois and wild boar) and hard cheeses. After 6-10 year ageing, it is excellent with chocolate as well.

Technical Data

  • Dry red wine
  • Type of grapes: Schioppettino - Refosco dal peduncolo rosso - Merlot
  • Harvesting season: third decade of September thru the first and second decade of October
  • Harvesting method: manual and in crates
  • Vinification: maceration in small wooden vats for 15-22 days
  • Refining: refining and malolactic fermentation in new barriques for 22 months.

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Anatema

anatema

Anatema

White wine DOC COF
Intense golden colour; it is particularly fluid in the glass. The smell reminds of the sunny sweetness of ripe fruit ranging from that of Golden apples to melon, passing through a hint of sweet almond.
On the palate it is gentle yet intense, silky, allowing the taste to open up to a flurry of emotions: apple, peach, melon, mango, hazelnut, sweet almond, marzipan, with a fresh and clean ending of acidity and persistence. These characteristics make Anatema a definitely exacting product yet capable of giving great satisfaction and emotions.
At table, its flavour is enhanced by all kinds of soups, fish- and vegetable ones, mushrooms base first courses, baked fish and meats.

Technical Data

  • Dry white wine
  • Type of grapes: Friulano - Malvasia Istriana - Riesling Renano
  • Harvesting season: first decade of September thru second decade of October
  • Harvesting method: manual and in crates
  • Vinification: 80%in stainless steel barrels 20% in barriques - 50% directly in the press 50% maceration
  • Refining: for nine months on dregs and six more months for refining in bottles

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Picolit

picolit

Picolit

Sweet white wine from golden yellow with amber highlights.
Sensations in the nose of prunes, hazelnuts, figs, apricot, hay mountain and beeswax.
On the palate, a broad framework of sensations that overlap with each other in a harmonious symphony accompanied by an important but not cloying sweetness and intrusive, where he renewed the notes of prunes, apricot jam, dried figs and honey chestnut.
A table with the classics: foie gras, cheese, green Venetian liver, raw shrimp and caviar, or all alone at the end of dinner as a sipping wine.

Technical Data

  • Sweet white wine
  • Type of grapes: Picolit
  • Harvest: October 2
  • Type of Harvest: manual and box
  • Vinification: in January-drying up to 100% barrique
  • Ageing: two years in barrels and then bottled 2

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Schioppettino

schioppettino

Schioppettino

Red wine DOC COF
Nice shade of ruby red colour. The smell reflects all of its peculiarity with hints of sour cherry, cherry, cloves and pepper, blended with vanilla and cocoa nuances as a result of refining in oak barrels.
It goes well with meat dishes such as boiled beef, baked poultry, game and game birds.

Technical Data

  • Dry red wine
  • Type of grapes: 100% Schioppettino
  • Harvesting season: first decade and second of October
  • Harvesting method: manual and in crates
  • Vinification: maceration in stainless steel for 20-25 days
  • Refining: 100% in oak barrels

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