Valpanera Verduzzo Friulano
The Valpanera Verduzzo Friulano wine is made by the Verduzzo grape , a white-wine variety from the North-East region of Italy, this variety produces dry and sweet wines.
The Verduzzo Friulano is harvested by hand in late September, this is to allow the grape on the vine to almost dry out, allowing the natural sugars and aromas to intensify. The grapes are then left to ferment and mature in French oak bariques, absorbing the flavour of the wood. This wine will improve with age as the resting and maturing period in the bottle intensifies the taste.
The Valpanera Wines are autochthonous of the Friuli Venezia-Giulia Region. The grape is grown around the Aquileia Roman town near the Adriatic Sea, in the eastern part of the Region, on clay alluvial soil.