BressanAll products from this vendor
"The history of the Bressan enterprise is full of names and names of lands, vineyards and wine: the land traditionally used for growing grapes is called Terah d'Izonzo, and the names of the people symbolize hard work and perseverance in creating centuries-old traditions of winemaking. Already in the Land Register of the Empress Maria Teresa mentions the farmers who paid taxes to the local lords for the sale of wine.In the land register you will find the name of Baron de Bresciani (from him the surname "Bressan") and the name of the founder of the company, Giacomo Bressana, who was born in 1726. The descendants of Giacomo developed the activities of the winery despite all external obstacles, increased sales and produce more and more wine without losing quality.The first and second wars were a huge tragedy not only for mankind, but also for the grapes.The Bressan family was able to restore wine production after complete destruction only through hard work. During the recovery period, they managed to expand their holdings by purchasing land in the nearest neighborhood. Today, the names of the wines produced by Bressan are internationally recognized. At the moment, the production of wine is managed by Fulvio Bressan - a representative of the ninth generation from Friuli Isonzo. Trained in Bordeaux, Bressan has been producing wine on the family estate since the mid-1990s. But his approach is different from common practice. "
SchioppettinoAll products from this varietal
Schioppettino is a dark-skinned grape variety. Usually Schioppettino wines have medium body, deep ruby color, aromatic nose (violets and red cherries, chokeberries) and spicy on the palate (peppery).
This region is known for its white wines. They are produced from a variety of grapes, and this diversity distinguishes the region from other wine regions. Winemakers use non-traditional Italian varieties like Sauvignon Blanc, Riesling and Pinot Bianco, as well as the very "Italian” Pinot Grigio and local Picolit. Many wine critics agree that Friuli is the best white wine region in Italy.