Friuli Colli Orientali Pinot Grigio Ramato by Le Vigne di Zamò is born in vineyards located in the municipality of Manzano, in the province of Udine.
It is obtained from pure Pinot Gris grapes, harvested and selected by hand during the first two weeks of September. Fermentation takes place in part, with cold maceration, in stainless steel tanks at controlled temperature and in part, with maceration in contact with the skins for 4 days, in large oak barrels. After malolactic fermentation in wooden barrels, the wine ages in the same containers for about 6 months before the final bottling.
Friuli Colli Orientali Pinot Grigio has a very intense coppery colour, tending towards rosé. It opens to the nose with intense floral notes, enriched with hints of tropical fruits typical of the Pinot Gris variety and spicy vanilla aromas. Ageing gives a pleasant aroma of bread and yeast. On the palate it is warm, broad and glycerine, with a very savoury, slightly tannic and persistent finish.
Perfect to accompany fish dishes such as prawns and steamed prawns, this Pinot Gris goes perfectly with scallops, stewed cuttlefish and all fish-based first courses.