The Arbis Bianco of the Borgo di San Daniele winery takes its name from the Friulian language, in fact Arbis in Friulian means herbs; we are talking about a blend of Friulano, Chardonnay, Pinot Bianco and Sauvignon in percentages that vary depending on the vintage; the grapes are grown on grassy soils with wild herbs that are periodically mown.
After the manual harvest, which is differentiated for each grape variety, the winemaking starts separately then the must is pot together for the final fermentation phase. The outcome is a well tied and balanced wine.
Straw yellow. Aromas of wildflowers and herbs are mixed with notes of acacia honey. Rich and well structured on the palate. The final os soft and buttery.
It goes well with lean starters, soups, fish and shellfish. Must try with seafood pasta.
The winery Borgo San Daniele located in the Collio area in Friuli Venezia Giulia (north east of Italy), is known for their high quality wines. Since the foundation in 1990, Alessandra and Mauro Mauri (brother and sister) brought forward their vision; make organic wines without any chemical intervention… go to the winery page