Azienda Agricola Russolo Rino

Via San Rocco 58/a, 33080 San Quirino (PN)
Italy
Telephone +39 0434 919577
Fax +39 0434 917361
info@russolo.it

This company is co-exhibitor of
Vinissimo GmbH

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ProWein 2018 hall map (Hall 16): stand C31

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ProWein 2018 fairground map: Hall 16

Our range of products

Product categories

  • 01  Wines (according to cultivable areas)
  • 01.01  Europe
  • 01.01.09  Italy
  • 01.01.09.07  Friuli Venezia-Giulia

Our products

Product category: Friuli Venezia-Giulia

Due Rosso

Growing area
San Quirino, comune in the province of Pordenone, Friuli Venezia Giulia region.

Soil type
Wide flat area consisting of the alluvial fan of the Cellina River.
This is a thick alluvium layer of sediment made up of limestone and dolomite created by glacial melt-water, at the foot of the Dolomiti Friulane Mountains.

Climate type
In San Quirino the climate is temperate warm, with harsh winters and hotsummers. Significant rainfall, distributed over 94 days a year, results in 1,362 mm of precipitation. The average solar energy is 1,373 Kw/h per square mete and the average temperature over the course of a year is 19.5 °C. July, the hottest month, has an average low of 16 °C and an average high of 29.7 °C.

Grape variety
A blend of red fruity varieties.

Wine-making
The grapes are selected and handpicked and after slight pressing, are left to macerate in stainless steel tanks for 5-8 days, during which ongoing operations take place to completely remove noble polyphenols from the skin. In the course of the maceration, in addition to alcoholic fermentation, the process of malolactic fermentation also takes place.
The temperature of the maceration is deliberately kept low so as not to lose the fruity notes. The aging of the wine, up until the bottling, takes place in stainless steel tanks at a constant temperature.

Tasting notes
Wine of a deep red color with violet reflections. Fruity fragrance that recalls raspberries, blackberries, wild berries. Pleasantly typical of the varietal, harmonic and with a good fullness for the palate. The soft tannins also allow this wine to be drunk fresh.

Best served with
Excellent for an aperitif. It combines very well with salami and pasta, if it is well seasoned and also with grilled meats.

Tips for use
Ideal serving temperature, 16 – 18 °C. Wine for serving preferably in a rounded glass, which significantly narrows to the rim.

Analytical data
Alcohol content 12 – 12.5 %
Total acidity 4.5 – 5.0 g/l
pH 3.55 – 3.70
Residual sugar content 4.0 – 5.5 g/l

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Product category: Friuli Venezia-Giulia

Prato delle Rose

Growing area
San Quirino, comune in the province of Pordenone, Friuli Venezia Giulia.

Vineyard location
Vineyard of Moscato rosa from Parenzo very close to the vineyard Ronco Calaj.

Soil Type
This is a thick alluvuium layer of sediment made up of limestone and dolomite created by glacial melt-water, at the foot of the Dolomiti Friulane Mountains.

Climate type
In San Quirino the climate is temperate warm, with harsh winters and hot summers.
Significant rainfall, distributed over 94 days a year, results in 1.362 mm of precipitation.
The average solar energy is 1.373 kW/h per square meter and the average temperature over the course of a year is 19,5 °C. July is the hottest month, has an average low of 16 °C and an average high of 29,7 °C.

Grape Variety
Single varietal Moscato rosa. Clone from Moscato di Parenzo.

Vineyard information
Vineyard with NE-SW exposure. Density of 3.450 plants/hectare with average planting space of 2,25 x 1,00. Training sistem: Guyot. Average Yield 65 Hl/Ha. Vineyard at 98 meters above the sea level.

Wine-making
The grapes are hand picked and after slight pressing, are left to macerate in stainless steel
tanks for 5 days at low temperature in the way to preserve the tipical aromas. The fermentation
comes after a classic Rose wine making.
The maturation of this wine take place in stainless steel vessels at controlled temperature. A part of the wine is shortly aged in cherry wood barriques.

Tasting notes
A slightly sweet and exceptionally elegant wine that is rose colored with a full floral aroma containing hints of antique rose and soft berries. The fine balance between the acid and the residual sugar creates the pleasant and decidedly loucious flavor.

Best seved with
Excellent as an aperitif. Combining with blue cheeses or fresh goat’s milk cheeses brings great satisfaction. It goes very well with soft fruit tart.

Tips for use
Ideal serving temperature, 10-14° C. Wine preferably served in a not too tall glass, wide and filled to the mouth.

Analytical data
Alcohol content 11,5 – 12%
Total acidity 5 g/l
pH 3,35 – 3,40
Residual sugar content 45 – 50 g/l

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Product category: Friuli Venezia-Giulia

Due Bianco

Growing area
San Quirino, comune in the province of Pordenone, Friuli Venezia Giulia region.

Soil type
Wide flat area consisting of the alluvial fan of the Cellina River.
This is a thick alluvium layer of sediment made up of limestone and dolomite created by glacial melt-water, at the foot of the Dolomiti Friulane Mountains.

Climate type
In San Quirino the climate is temperate warm, with harsh winters and hot summers. Significant rainfall, distributed over 94 days a year, results in 1.362 mm of precipitation. The average solar energy is 1,373 Kw/h per square meter and the average temperature over the course of a year is 19.5 °C. July, the hottest month, has an average low of 16 °C and an average high of 29.7 °C.

Grape variety
A blend of white aromatic varieties.

Wine-making

The grapes are handpicked and after soft pressing with pneumatic presses (0.20 – 0.75 Atm), “alternative” static decantation of the must and inoculation of selected yeasts, they are brought to fermentation at a controlled temperature (12 – 14 °C). The temperature of the fermentation is deliberately kept very low, in order to enhance the fresh and fruity notes of this wine. When the fermentation has finished, the wine is decanted and made clear by avoiding lengthy contact with its lees sediment, in order to enhance its immediate
pleasantness. It remains in temperature controlled steel containers until bottling.

Tasting notes
Deep straw yellow in color. Complex fragrance with pleasant fruity notes giving it an element of distinctiveness.

Best served with
Wine for an aperitif, pleasantly soft. Particularly captures the balance between acidity and the soft body of the wine. Good pairing with first course vegetable dishes.

Tips for use
Ideal serving temperature, 10 – 12 °C. Wine preferably served in a medium sized narrow and open glass.

Analytical data
Alcohol content 12.0 – 12.5%
Total acidity 6.0 – 6.9 g/l
pH 3.40 – 3.55
Residual sugar content 4.0 – 5.5 g/l

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About us

Company details

For over a century the Russolo family history has been intertwined with the world of enology. It all began in the late 800s when Giovanni Russolo became known as a leading wine producer in the Pordenone region. Following Giovanni’s footsteps, Rino Russolo began to play an important role in the history of Italian wine starting in the 1960s. The winery took its current form in 1974 when Iginio and his wife Sonia created their own business.

With the purchase of the San Quirino vineyards in 1990, the fourth generation of the Russolo family entered the business, and with the support of Antonella and Rino the winery now embraces new challenges. In early 2000, the Russolo winery left its original headquarters for the new San Quirino winery built in the center of the company’s primary cru, Ronco Calaj.

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