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Strada di Sequals, 15, 33090 Sequals (PN)

Telephone +39 0427 93291
Fax +39 0427 93291

This company is co-exhibitor of
Merumpress AG

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ProWein 2017 hall map (Hall 16): stand E71

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ProWein 2017 fairground map: Hall 16

Our range of products

Product categories

  • 01  Wines (according to cultivable areas)
  • 01.01  Europe
  • 01.01.09  Italy
  •  Friuli Venezia-Giulia
  • 02.02  Pearl wine
  • 02.02.03  Prosecco Frizzante

Our products

Product category: Friuli Venezia-Giulia

Cabernet Sauvignon Friuli DOC Grave

The origin of Cabernet-Sauvignon are uncertain: some think that it comes from Epirus, while for others it would be the Vitis Caburnica described by Pliny the Elder in his Naturalis Historia and would correspond to the Greek grape (and wine) Kapnios.

Tasting Notes
At the sight it has a decided ruby red colour.
Approaching it to the nose we perceive a very intense, fine and complex aroma. Initially very elegant herbaceous and vegetal notes prevail: pepper, green pepper, aromatic Mediterranean herbs and balsamic notes. Then we taste fruity notes of wild berries and blueberries. In the end we enjoy the floral notes of violet and jam.

When to drink
It is the most international of red wines and thanks to its elegance and taste balance is indicated for combination with intensely flavoured dishes: cold cuts of various seasoning, raw meat, rare fillet, grilled meats, boiled meats, white or red roasted meats, baked rabbit, veal kidney, orange duck, lamb stew, "polenta with wild birds", game, but also with mature cheeses.
To the palate it has a robust and elegant structure, light and persistent tannins, round, soft with a full and fruity final. Excellent balance between freshness, tannin and softness.
It has an important taste olfactory persistence.

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Product category: Friuli Venezia-Giulia

Prosecco DOC

White grape variety of uncertain origin: if we want to give credit to Villafranchi, this variety came from the Trieste territory, probably taking its name from the town of Prosecco, where it was known under the name of Glera and where it would come later in the Treviso area. This author wrote, in fact, in 1773, in his essay "Tuscany Wine or memories over wines and Tuscan species" ... " Among those of Italy by the Romans was infinitely appreciated the wine Puccino, in Latin Puxinum, nowadays called Prosecco, which is still collected in the slope of the Contuel Mount, facing the Adriatic Sea, a few miles distant from Trieste ... "
It is said that to Empress Livia Augusta was sent the wine in earthenware amphorae from the port of Aquileia and that, thanks to its consumption she has arrived at the ripe old age of 82, describing it as "the most suitable wine for medicinal use".

Tasting Notes
At the sight it has a pale straw yellow colour with slight greenish reflections. Fine and persistent perlage.
To the nose and seductive aromas, of acacia and wisteria flowers, fruity and sweet, such as pear, apricot and peach: extremely fine and elegant sensations remain.
In the mouth it reveals a wide taste aromatic expression, that develops progressively in notes of fresh, live, lively, full-flavoured and with an aromatic persistence consistent with the nose, in a harmony of sensations.

When to drink
Its fresh softness makes it a wine of great pleasure: it has become worldwide the “aperitif” par excellence and it can be combined with "appetizer" and "finger food" of various types, but it is also appreciated for a meal.
With entrees (fish tartare, eggs and quiches, San Daniele ham), with first courses (white pasta with fish, pasta with vegetables, wild herb soups), with second courses especially of fish (steamed shellfish, raw fish, seafood, creamed codfish), but also with fresh cheeses of local pastures. Ideal with desserts, both dry and creamy.

Also recommended with the most precious fruits of the garden, such as the Radicchio di Treviso, whose slight bitter taste is perfectly balanced by the soft and fruity notes of this wine. It goes well with the asparagus and wild mushrooms, particularly porcini mushrooms.
The versatile character of this wine makes it perfect for pairing with ethnic dishes, from Thai to Japanese cuisine such as sushi, sashimi and all the Fushion recipes.

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Product category: Prosecco Frizzante

Aromatic Traminer Friuli DOC Grave

Friuli, long a land of conquest and domination: one of the presences that undoubtedly went on for longest and left a mark in the history of the region is the Habsburg domination, during which Friuli enjoyed a marked development from an agricultural and wine-producing perspective. Traminer, which is indeed a grape of Habsburg-Germanic origin, was imported into Friuli during the time of Austrian rule. It can be found both on sloping and flat ground, which is also thanks to the plant's natural resistance to disease and the quality of the product which it manages to produce.

Tasting Notes
In the glass it has a full, golden yellow colour. If brought close to the nose, there is an intense bouquet of oriental scents: rose petals, roselle, ginger, black tea, with underlying fresh citrus tones.

The palate if presented with a play of flavours and sensations already recognised in the nose, with a good, clean finish which calls for another taste.

When to drink
An aromatic wine, very versatile, which can be drunk both as an aperitif and with the "antipasto", with first courses or light soups, grilled bluefish or shellfish - which it suits particularly well - and even young cheeses.

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About us

Company details

A woman, a Story, a Vineyard

Fernanda Cappello, an architect, who was fascinated and charmed by a land that was so individual and tough, has taken up the challenge enthusiastically and now spends all her time on producing wine.

Her passion, competence and professionalism is constantly growing, and these - together with the crucial contribution of highly-motivated experts and colleagues who are proud of their work - are the lifeblood of her energetic management of the estate, the cellar and also the newly-established wine bar.

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