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Red and white wine typical of Friuli region

Jacùss farm, from Sandro and Andrea Iacuzzi, produces about 50 thousands of bottles a year from 10 hectares of vineyard.

Jacùss Farm was born and grew up as a familiarly managed little farm with mixed agrarian activity, typical of Friuli region. Since 1990, Sandro and Andrea Iacuzzi industriously have modified it and specialized it in vine tillage and wine-making, producing about 50 thousands of bottles a year from 10 hectares of vineyard. In the management of the farm, Sandro and Andrea concentrate industriously on improving their products, modifying vine rearing forms, (producing 60-70 ql/ha of grapes) and modernizing their old winery. Jacùss Farm produces blanc wines, Friulian Tocai, Friulian Verduzzo, Pinot Bianco, Sauvignon, Picolit, and red wines, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Refosco dal Peduncolo Rosso, Schioppettino, which are all DOC wines of Colli Orientali of Friuli. Since 1996 Jacùss Farm have started to produce a quality of wine, Lindi Uà, born from an assemblage between Tocai, Sauvignon and Pinot Bianco, at first fermented and aged separately in barriques for about one year, and then assembled together before bottling.

The grapes are harvested late, placed in small boxes and placed in layers in the fruit for a natural drying which lasts until December forwarded.

Tasting: Straw yellow color. Intense aroma of honeycomb and reminiscent of acacia flowers and peach. Amabile with infinite range of tastes.

Estate, produced and bottled by:
Sandro e Andrea Iacuzzi
Viale Kennedy, 35, 33040 Montina di Torreano (UD), Italy

by Graziano Alderighi
07 february 2011, Food Notes > Wine