Verduzzo Friulano

Verduzzo Friulano is an Italian white grape variety that has been grown in the Friuli-Venezia Giulia region for centuries.

Colour, Aromas and Taste Profile

Verduzzo Friulano is a yellow-green grape variety that produces wines with fragrant aromas of apricot, honey and white flowers. It is a medium-bodied dry wine with a moderate acidity, flavours of ripe stone fruits, tangerine and hints of spice.

Fresh Verduzzo Friulano grapes on the vine

Regional Features & Food Pairings

Verduzzo Friulano is mainly grown in the northeast Italian region of Friuli-Venezia Giulia, where it is used in the production of a variety of styles of wine. Verduzzo Friulano is a vigorous variety, andit is best suited for well-exposed hillsides. The wines can be made in a variety of styles, from light, fruity and floral wines to more full-bodied, oaked styles. Verduzzo Friulano is used to produce a variety of styles of wine in the Friuli-Venezia Giulia region. The most common styles are dry and sweet wines, with dry wines being the most popular. The dry wines are characterized by their fragrant aromas, medium body and moderate acidity. Sweet wines from this variety are characterized by their intense aromas of ripe stone fruits and honey, as well as a smooth and balanced taste. Verduzzo Friulano pairs well with a variety of dishes, from light seafood dishes to richer meats and cheeses. Its light body and moderate acidity make it a great pairing for a variety of dishes, from light salads and grilled fish to creamy risottos and roasted meats.

Foods to pair with Verduzzo Friulano:

Asian food
Light meat
Fun Fact about Verduzzo Friulano
Verduzzo Friulano was first mentioned in a banquet held on 6th June 1409 in honour of Pope Gregory XII.

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