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Spolert Winery : Friulian Wines of Tradition with Respect of Nature

Spolert Winery is a Friulian winery, born as a result of the restructuring and recovery of an ancient company that already produced wines. It is a new winery in its guise and ancient in its heart, in fact its own name designates the hearth: the production of indigenous wines takes place in full respect of environmental sustainability.

Riccardo didn’t inherit this place, he arrived here out by passion.

“My relationship with wines stems from my fascination of all which is contained and guarded. When I taste a qine, it excites me to think of the enological tradiotions of the place where it is produced, of the diversity of the terrains and the work of the man, namely the fully expressed Terrois.”

After an important experience in Montalcino, in Friuli Venezia Giulia, I found a stately and magnanimous plot, capable of giving versatile and complete wines, with an intense imprint of the place.

“Cleanliness and balance with respect for nature”

The company is a historical reality of the territory that produces wine for over 50 years. The recent change of ownership has improved its style and quality. Sustainability, not only environmental, is the mantra that guides us every day.

The approximately 8 hectares of land are all in the municipality of Prepotto, a historic village nestled between the Prealpi Giulie Natural Park and the Upper Adriatic Riviera, it represents an important wine-growing area and is part of the Friuli Colli Orientali DOC denomination.

High quality wines are produced, which can be tasted after long refinements in cement, amphorae or barriques. The varieties of wines made available by Spolert Winery are two characteristic whites (Friulano and Ribolla Gialla), a Rosso (the famous Schioppettino di Prepotto) and a rosé (from Refosco dal Peduncolo Rosso).

Very recently, Spolert Winery  has been recognized and awarded Two Gold Medal by Asia Import News Wine & Spirits Awards 2020.

Friulano 2018

Awarded Gold by Asia Import News

Variety: 100% Friulano.

Cultivation area: on the hills in the municipality of prepotto.

Harvest: by hand in crates, made in different phases in the first ten days of September.

Vinification: 70% of the grapes are cooled and softly pressed and 30% raise the hat. The must is statically cold-decanted and fermented in cement at a controlled temperature (a part also makes maceration on the skins for a few hours).

Aging: 10 months in cement tanks at controlled temperature.

Organoleptic characteristics: straw yellow color, fruity, floral and mineral nose. In the mouth fresh and full-bodied. It has typical hints of bitter almond, sage, pear, apple.

Tips and pairings: serve at 10-12 ° C excellent in combination with the famous San Daniele ham, salami and sausages in general. It forms the perfect combination in combination with fish dishes, fresh cheeses, shellfish, mushroom side dishes, truffle garnishes, baked first courses, omelettes.

Schioppettino 2018

Awarded Gold by Asia Import News

Variety: 100% schioppettino

Cultivation area: on the hills in the municipality of Prepotto.

Harvest: by hand in boxes, made in different phases in the first ten days of October.

Vinification: the must remains in contact with the skins for about 18 days, at controlled temperature.

Aging: the wine is divided into three equal parts and each is refined differently (cement, amphora, wood) for about 10 months.

Organoleptic characteristics: ruby ​​red color with violet hues. The nose is intense and spicy, it smells of cherry, blueberry and raspberry. In the mouth it is complex, fresh and elegant. A decidedly harmonious wine.

Tips and pairings: serve at 16-18 ° C. Being a fresh wine, it is perfect paired with second courses of meat also with a soft flavor. It can also accompany aged cheeses and cured meats, as it brings out salty flavors.

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