GRAPES: 60% Timorasso – 40% Chardonnay
HARVEST PERIOD: Mid September through handpicked harvest
VINIFICATION: Traditional, with long maceration on the skins (quarterly) and fermentation in
AGING: 24 months in wild Apricot wood barrique
AGING POTENTIAL: 10 years
FIRST YEAR OF PRODUCTION: 2014
COLOUR: Amber with orange highlights
SMELL: Intense and elegant, characterized by maderized notes due to light oxidation, in which
hints of dried apricot and candied orange peel emerge.
TASTE: Full-bodied, medium fruity, with a long-lasting final freshness
FOOD PAIRING: Toasted cread with liver or ham pate, blue goat cheese, fish soups, but also dry
desserts such as biscuits or fruit-based like baked peaches with cocoa and amaretti.
WHEN TO TASTE: For an exceptional aperitif!
CURIOSITY: ‘Armugnac’ is the Piedmontese name of the wild apricot in which this wine ages
FORMATS: 0.75 L – 1,5 L