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Vines Pinot Grigio ( %)

Color: Intense straw yellow.
Smell: The nose is elegant with notes of spices and flowers.
Taste: On the palate it is balanced, fresh, full, almost wild, with an aftertaste of nutmeg.
Food pairing: Perfect for fish and shellfish dishes, white meats.

Production area: Braide Grande vineyard located in Ruttars in the municipality of Dolegna del Collio.
Type of soil: Marl and clay.
Vines per hectare: 4000.
Breeding system: Cappuccina and Guyot.
Harvest: Manual in crates.
Vinification and aging: Cold maceration in a horizontal press for 8 hours and subsequent cleaning of the must by decanting. The fermentation takes place 30% in Allier barriques and 70% in steel at a controlled temperature of 10 °C. Once fermentation is complete, the product thus obtained is not decanted and therefore remains to mature in the same containers for about eight months, keeping it at a constant temperature. At the end of this period, the final assembly is carried out, followed by bottling and further aging in the bottle before the wine begins to be distributed.


A history spanning over fifty years from 1964 to 2014 and which has its origins in a passion and a family tradition: love for their land, Friuli, in particular for that extreme edge that represents the last bastion of Italy to Eastern Europe: the Collio. In 1964 my father Dorino Livon bought the first land on the Collio hills and, little by little, added others to it. In the early eighties, my brother and I joined the company. This is how new ideas and strategies are born, focusing above all on the quality that has distinguished us in the world since 1985 with our logo represented by the Winged Woman of ERTE '. The following decade is consequently characterized by the consolidation of what was previously set. The next strategic turnaround of the Company occurred during the five-year period from 1992 to 2001 when, we realized that in order to remain competitive within a market whose scenarios were rapidly changing, we decided to buy two companies in particularly suitable outside Friuli: the Borgo Salcetino farm located in Tuscany in the heart of the Chianti Classico and Fattoria Colsanto, Umbria, in the Municipality of Bevagna (PG) in the DOCG area Montefalco. In 2008 after a long period of renovation, the ancient Locanda Villa Chiopris, acquired in 2003, regains its ancient splendor, becoming a place for events, tastings and B&B service with pleasant moments of relaxation immersed in vineyards. Today, fifty years later, our children represent the continuity not only of the family, but also of those values ​​and of the philosophy that have made our brand grow and made its wines known internationally. Results that when we were young, they seemed almost unimaginable.

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