• Bianco di Torgiano DOC

    A fresh white wine, straw-colored with greenish reflections, fruity with long-lasting, intense bouquet that recalls citrus fruit, orange blossoms and fresh fruit salad; dry and with good structure, it has a fragrant evolution with delicate acidity and a long finish.

    Grape varietals

    Vermentino, Trebbiano and Grechetto harvested in September, Trebbiano is picked at the end of Sept

    Vinification

    From free run juice, cryomaceration and further fermentation take place in stainless steel; the wine is preserved on the lees until bottling.

    Food pairings

    an excellent aperitif with bruschetta and crostini, it also elegantly accompanies pasta with vegetables, creamed soups with seasonal vegetables, fish and seafood, onion soup, soft cheeses (even cooked) and charcuterie

    Serving temperature

    To fully enjoy its bouquet and flavour, serve at 12-14°C ( 54-57°F)

    Sizes

    ml 375; ml 750

    Anecdotes

    This wine is named after the tower today still present in Torgiano: the literal translation of the name is “Tower of Janus”. It was originally dedicated to the Roman mythological god Janus (the god of war and peace). This tower is today the symbol of the village.

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  • Bianco di Torgiano DOC

    A fresh white wine, straw-colored with greenish reflections, fruity with long-lasting, intense bouquet that recalls citrus fruit, orange blossoms and fresh fruit salad; dry and with good structure, it has a fragrant evolution with delicate acidity and a long finish.

    Grape varietals

    Vermentino, Trebbiano and Grechetto harvested in September, Trebbiano is picked at the end of Sept

    Vinification

    From free run juice, cryomaceration and further fermentation take place in stainless steel; the wine is preserved on the lees until bottling.

    Food pairings

    an excellent aperitif with bruschetta and crostini, it also elegantly accompanies pasta with vegetables, creamed soups with seasonal vegetables, fish and seafood, onion soup, soft cheeses (even cooked) and charcuterie

    Serving temperature

    To fully enjoy its bouquet and flavour, serve at 12-14°C ( 54-57°F)

    Sizes

    ml 375; ml 750

    Anecdotes

    This wine is named after the tower today still present in Torgiano: the literal translation of the name is “Tower of Janus”. It was originally dedicated to the Roman mythological god Janus (the god of war and peace). This tower is today the symbol of the village.

    Downloads

    Fact sheets, labels and bottle cuts

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