Year: 2006 | Country: Italy | Region: Friuli-Venezia Giulia | Volume: 75cl | Grape: Pignolo | ABV: 13% | Food Match: Game dishes, Hard cheeses
Le Vigne di Zamò is a family owned winery located in Manzano, one of the most renewed winegrowing areas in Friuli Venezia Giulia. Began life in 1978 when the Zamò family purchased 10 hectares of vineyards. The company is fortunate to draw from three different terroirs that give the wines different and unique characters and personalities. The Zamò family has been cultivating the land through generations all united under the same goal: cultivating the land and making wine as a sign of civilization and respect for their origins and traditions. For years, the Zamò family has been conducting cultivation with sustainability-conscious methods.
The wine shows a ruby red color tending to garnet with aging. The nose is dominated by sweet notes of ripe red fruit, tobacco and oriental spices. The sip is of excellent structure, well worked in the tannic texture and long persistence.
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