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Vines Chardonnay ( %), Malvasia Bianca ( %), Ribolla Gialla ( %), Sauvignon Blanc ( %)

Color: Brilliant straw yellow with golden reflections.
Smell: The perfume is intense, full, of great elegance and persistence, with hints of honey and wild flowers.
Taste: The palate is dry, soft, very harmonious, with exceptional persistence, due to the particularly full body.
Food pairing: It goes well with first truffles, with a great variety of fish dishes, especially baked and sauced, but it can also be combined with white meats. The memory of his encounter with a fresh salmon pad stuffed with parmesan and artichokes is splendid.

The first tests of the blend date back to the 1973 harvest and the first vintage put on sale with this name and this label was the 1975 harvest. In this particular blend, a selection of the best grapes is made which are harvested late, about two weeks after the normal harvest on an area of ​​about 16 ha of vineyards cultivated on Ronco del Fortino. The training systems used are the capuchin guyot, with 6,000 7,000 vines per hectare and with a yield of 40-60 quintals. The name Tunina refers to the old owner of the land on which the original vineyard is located and is dedicated to Casanova's poorest lover, who was a housekeeper in Venice who was also called Tunina (Antonia).

Type of soil: Prevailing marl and sandstone belonging to the flyschoid formation of the Eocene age, characteristic of the hilly area with south-west, north-east exposure.
First vintage produced: 1975.
Vinification and aging: Fermentation in steel and partial passage in wooden barrels of 60-80 hl.

Jermann

In 1881 the great-great-grandfather Anton Jermann arrived in Farra from the Austrian wine production area of ​​Burgenland: this was the year the Jermann company was founded. Between 1930 and 1940 Angelo Jermann, who recently passed away at the age of 95, not only carried on the tradition of family vine breeding, but at the same time he dedicated himself with passion to cattle breeding, helping to make the Jermann brand a successful and ethical family business, all-round. In the 1970s Silvio Jermann, son of Angelo and Bruna, graduated in oenology both in Conegliano and San Michele, revolutionized the family business: returning from his long experience of working overseas, he created the Vintage Tunina blend. In 1975, the official launch and marketing of the Vintage Tunina, which immediately earned a high profile status from international critics and, to all intents and purposes, opened the new course of the Jermann brand. In 2007 Silvio inaugurates the second Jermann winery and company headquarters in Ruttars.

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