The name Faralta comes from the Germanic tribe called Longobards who ruled Friuli and the northeast of Italy after the romans. It means ‘high farm’ as the wine is produced by using the grapes varieties growing on the highest parts of our hills. The varieties used are Friulano, Sauvignon, Pinot Bianco and Muller Thurgau in different ratios depending on the unique characteristics of each year’s harvest.
Grape Variety: Sauvignon, Pinot Bianco, Friulano and Muller Thurgau
Color: deep straw yellow
Bouquet: fresh, hints of flowers and fruits
Taste: dry, rich and flavoursome
Serving suggestions: to be served slightly chilled, perfect with fish, white meats and fresh cheeses.