Sauvignon Rodaro 2018

Sauvignon Rodaro 2018

This dry white wine, produced in the heart of Colli Orientali del Friuli by a small family company that pays careful attention to quality, has a strong, fragrant aroma that is reminiscent of ripe peaches and sage.

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TypeWhite Wines
RegionFriuli-Venezia Giulia
Wine zoneColli Orientali
Appellation or VineSauvignon
CompositionSauvignon 100%
Alcoholic Content13
Bottle typeRenana
Content (cl)75
Glass typeBurgundy White
This wine is the valued result of the careful and exclusive selection of grapes of the Sauvignon variety, grown on the hillsides of Bosco Romagno in the district of Cividale del Friuli. The wine is refined in steel tubs and then laid in bottles. It is a straw-yellow colour with a greenish reflection, and has a strong, fragrant aroma that is reminiscent of ripe peaches, green peppers and sage. It tastes strong, long-lasting and full of variety.

The producer

Rodaro is a small rural company in the heart of Colli Orientali del Friuli, north-east of Italy. The Rodaro family devoted themselves to grapevines cultivation since 1846. For almost a century the wine produced was sold by the family, which at that time ran a small rural osteria. They had to wait until the introduction of a tractor and several pieces of machinery in the 1960s before they could fully exploit the potential of their vineyard. In fact, up until this period all work in the vineyard was carried out by hand. The family's love of the land and their desire to do better has seen an increase not only in the amount of wine produced, but also in its quality. Their working techniques take into consideration two important factors for the production of quality wines: modern equipment and ancient wine-making traditions, with the result of a typically varied collection of wines that are highly individual for the area they come from and can often be aged for a long time. The company has a vine-growing area of about 60 hectares and all the grapevines are situated in best position, with a planting density of 4,000 - 5,000 vines per hectare. They are cultivated according to the traditional "cappuccina" system with 8 - 10 fruit-bearing buds per vine. The company also runs a small nursery where several varieties of vine in danger of extinction are raised. Buds are collected for breeding purposes from some of the oldest vineyards in the area. This practice means that species of vine which would otherwise no longer exist can be studied and cultivated.

Best with

This wine is at its best with seasoned, but not too flavoursome, first courses, seafood risotto and fresh soft cheese.

How to serve it

The wine should be served at 15 degrees centigrade in clear, transparent crystal goblets.

How to keep

This isn't a wine to age and should be drunk within five years of purchase at the latest. The bottles should be laid horizontally in a cool, dark, humid wine-cellar.


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