Wine Pitars, "Braida Santa Cecilia" Sauvignon, Friuli DOC, 2020
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Reviews of purchase Pitars, "Braida Santa Cecilia" Sauvignon, Friuli DOC, 2020
The wine has a bright straw-yellow color.
The wine shows a complex, well-balanced, harmonious taste with hints of white flowers and fruit, refreshing acidity and a long finish, with nuances of rubble.
The wine is bright, fresh flavor, composed of fruity, notes of lemon, orange peel, mint nuances and sea breeze.
The wine perfectly complements light meals, fresh fish dishes, seafood, asparagus, fresh cheeses.
Dry white wine Meroi Davino, Sauvignon 2014 has a bright and expressive character, with fragrant floral-citrus bouquet and a rich, well-balanced taste, with a refreshing acidity and a long mineral finish. Sauvignon Blanc, used to create a wine grown on the eastern slopes of the municipality of Buttrio. Sauvignon Blanc vines cover an area of 1 ha and grow at an altitude of 120 meters above sea level with optimum south-eastern exposure. Vineyard soils consist mainly of marl Eocene period. This soil is rich in mineral deposits, limestone and calcium. This allows Sauvignon wine with a rich, well-balanced, but not too heavy taste, in which even the 13.5% alcohol is not strongly felt.
The methods of cultivation in the economy Measure Davina completely organic, without the use of chemical fertilizers. The harvest is picked by hand in early September. After the soft pressing fermented grapes in wooden casks at a controlled temperature of 15 to 20 days, depending on the maturity of the grapes. Maturing wine lasts at least 10 months, and also takes place in oak barrels, of which 50% - a new, and then another 2 months the wine spends in the bottle. Before bottling the wine lends itself to easy filtration.
In the early twentieth century, a highly experienced winemaker, Romano Pittaro, planted Merlot vines imported from France in 1880. His son, Angelo, built a modern winery in 1968. Initially, the company was called San Martino, but then it was renamed Pitars (this is what the surname of the founders sounds like in the local dialect).
Today the company is run by the fourth generation of the Pittaro family: Nicola, Stefano and Alessandro. Together with the rest of the family, they adhere to the traditional methods of winemaking, skillfully combining them with modern technology. The result of this painstaking work is high quality wines, highly appreciated by many wine critics.