A sweet wine ennobled by a long wood aging. Intense and brilliant topaz colour, it recalls orange blossoms with a delicate aroma of almond and candied fruit; approach is soft, warm and delicately alcoholic, with a very long aftertaste hinting at apricots and figs.
Trebbiano and other traditional white varietals harvested in September-October
The must undergoes the process for fortified wines; its 24 months aging in small oak casks confer an added dimension. Given the oxidation reached during the aging process, the wine can be kept for many years in the bottle
Desserts of all types including pies; thanks to its dry finish, match also with foie gras, soft cheeses, Gorgonzola and Roquefort. Serve fresh or refrigerated.
ml 375; ml 750
The barrel aging confers a lovely dry finish to the sweet texture; thus, it is not overpowering. On the contrary, it leaves a pleasant, clean and light finish on the palate.
The design reproduced on the label is part of an engraved wafer iron from the 16th century, on display in the Lungarotti Foundation’s Wine Museum.