Intense straw yellow colour, notes of white peach, with a delicate almond scent. Strong and saline on the palate, dry and very persistent.
Our tireless commitment to excellence, the boundless passion for our territory and the surprising potential of its vines are the elements that make Toros wines unique: a careful selection of the most representative wines of Friuli Venezia Giulia, through which the authentic link between vines, territory, traditions and people is expressed.
The art of wine and vineyard was handed down to him by dad Mario who, together with his uncle Eduardo, learned to love these places by perfecting wines with the ability to make ancient traditions. But it was Franco's great-grandmother, Eduardo, at the beginning of the twentieth century who took root in Novalis, in the heart of Collio Goriziano. With foresight, as soon as he arrived in this land, Eduardo knew how to understand its true potential and began to work on it by being known by the connoisseurs of Austria, Veneto and Friuli, at a time when peasant families cultivated a little of everything.
The Toros have always been a large family, with so many names tied to it. Our story should be told from the beginning, but for this time we will break the rule starting with Franco, the current owner of the company.
A winegrower of the present day but a winemaker of the past, he is the one who has been able to transform the company by taking it by the hand and bringing it to its current reputation. A man with a shy temperament, Franco loves the silence and company of the vineyard, always wandering among the rows to constantly take care of them. To The Question 'Where Is Franco?' The answer will always be the same: 'It's in the vineyard!'
Pairing Suggestions: Appetizers of Cormòns or San Daniele raw ham, also excellent as an aperitif.
Maturation: In white with soft pressing at controlled temperature. Short aging in barrique in small percentages.