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2019 Blason Friulano Isonzo del Friuli

SKU #1498830

This wine goes through a short maceration on the skins and then 6 months in stainless steel with frequent batonage. Grown on iron rich limestone soil where you really have to like stones because the vineyards are full of them! This is the western bank of the Isonzo River not far from the beautiful city of Gradisca, which is right on the Slovenian border.

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By: Greg St. Clair | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 5/18/2021 | Send Email
This Friulano comes from an old block planted by Giovanni’s father back in the 1950’s; it was a "masal selection" from their original vineyard and has been used as the source for all new plantings since. It is a stellar vineyard and Blason’s Friulano has real character, spice, tarragon, body. I often wonder why Pinot Grigio became so famous when Friulano has so much more character. This vintage has a particularly snappy balance that I find perfect for linguine and clams, or Frico…I love Frico, fried Montasio cheese, crunchy pieces of cheese, oh…It’s getting away from me again…

By: Mike Parres | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 2/16/2021 | Send Email
As most of you know these wines from past vintages, let me just put it plain and simple: 2019 ROCKS in Friuli! The “Friulano” is medium to full-bodied, with ripe pear and red apple on the palate. On the finish I find a hint of almond balanced with crisp acidity. This will work well with ham or hearty soup.

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