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(Primosic) Malvasia

- Friuli, Italy

- Primosic



Description Malvasia Istriana is a native grape variety of a cross-border area that includes Istria (Croatia), Slovenia and Friuli Venezia Giulia. Malvasia is a dry wine, that reminds aromas and flavors of the Mediterranean coast.

Vinification Traditional white vinification, soft pressing with pneumatic press, static decantation of the must, controlled temperature fermentation (18°C) in stainless steel tanks.

Tasting notes Straw-yellow color with golden glares; average alcohol content. Characteristic nose, reminiscent of geranium. The palate is dry, with an elegant bitterness, slightly citrusy and with a hint of apricot. Malvasia Istriana has a delicate aftertaste of summer fruits.

Food pairing Fish starters, fresh cheeses, seafood, shellfish, and delicate first courses based on fish, such as risotto with shrimps and linguini with clams. A classic pairing is with the traditional fish “boreto”, or with the seabass in salt.

Appellation DOC Collio

Grape variety Malvasia Istriana

(Primosic) Malvasia

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