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A harmonious blend of Friulano, Pinot Bianco, Sauvignon Blanc, and Pinot Grigio, Schiopetto’s Blanc de Rosis was first made in 1986 as a testament to the region’s exquisite indigenous native varietals. To ensure exceptional quality the grapes are harvested by hand and pressed very softly to avoid over-extraction. The must is then fermented in stainless steel tanks and the young wine is matured on the lees for 8 months before bottling.
This aromatic white envelopes the senses with an abundance of wild blossom, toasted almond, bright citrus and peach notes. The first sip reveals a bright, lively wine with plenty of mouthwatering acidity, ripe stone fruit flavours, and a light body and clean finish topped off with hints of minerality. The fresh, crisp personality of this wine makes it a great choice to serve as an aperitif or alongside a generous platter of fresh seafood.
The Schiopetto estate has been at the forefront of Friuli winemaking since the 1960s and 1970s when Mario Schiopetto began his pioneering work to produce delicious Friuli white wines using modern winemaking techniques. Today Mario’s legacy is continued by the estate’s new owner, Emilio Rotolo, who also owns the Friuli winery Volpe Pasini.