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 Sauvignon and Friulano.
Winemaking: 70% Friulano and 30% Sauvignon. The grapes are first destemmed and then soft pressed. Friulano does alcoholic fermentation in stainless steel tank at controlled temperature (16-18°C). Sauvignon does fermentation and fining in French oak barrel. Weekly battonage for 12 months before the blend. Finally 6 months aging before bottling.
Alcohol: 12,5% vol
Grape Variety: Sauvignon and Friulano.
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, raw ham and fresh cheese.