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Ribolla Gialla by Ronchi di Cialla (Italian White Wine - Organic)

Ribolla Gialla
by Ronchi di Cialla
(Italian White Wine - Organic)

  • £ 19.50

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Product features

Grape: Indigenous Grape - Ribolla gialla
Alcohol Content: 12.5%
Unit Quantity: 750 ml
Ribolla Gialla is an organic white wine from Friuli Venezia-Giulia, a region in northern Italy. Maceration for at least one day, fermentation in stainless steel at controlled temperatures, static and natural decantation, storage on lees for 3 months with frequent batonage.

Tasting notes
Ribolla Gialla by Ronchi di Cialla has clear pale yellow colour with green reflections. Brilliant. Bouquet: It smells fresh and lively; its bouquet is elegant, with bread crust fragrances, apple and pear fruity note with a floral and mineral back-taste. Flavour: It tastes extremely fresh and has typicality exalted by a perfect balance of acidity and minerality. The aftertaste is consistent, fresh and savoury. Well balanced and goes down well. 

Best to be enjoyed with
The best way to pair Ribolla Gialla by Ronchi di Cialla is with fish, crustacean and mollusc based dishes, first course dishes with vegetables, delicate cold cut meats. Excellent on its own as an aperitif.

The Winery: Ronchi di Cialla
Ronchi di Cialla is an historical Friulian Estate and it is strictly a family business. The agronomy is made with minimum treatment with non polluting products, the vinification is carried out naturally. The company philosophy has always been to work only with indigenous varieties, such as Ribolla, Refosco, Schioppettino, Verduzzo and Picolit that in the Cru' Cialla find the perfect environment. After 40 years Ronchi di Cialla has a well established reputation on the market as a producer of some of the finest age-worthy wines of Friuli.

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