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Bulfon. Cividin

Bulfon. Cividin

Trevenezie IGT
Grape:  Cividìn

Super floral on the nose, hay, wildflowers and lime flowers.  Crisp, pure and intense pink grapefruit and quinine, a light textural hold that will loosen with time. (13%)
5800 bottles.

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Cividin is an ancient, and extraordinarily rare white grape from the valleys of Cividale, it rarely appears as a mono-varietal wine (this may be the only example).  Cividin was known as a wine for celebrations, weddings especially, in the C17th.  Today there is faith being shown in the variety and ‘accidental plantings’ are now joined by experimental ones.
The vineyard is Guyot trained at a density of 4000 vines per hectare, the soils are clay with a high proportion of chalk.  The first commercial few rows of Cividin were planted in 1998, with the main planting being made on a northeast slope in 2008, and a southwest position in 2019.  The elevation starts at 201m. 
The grapes are hand-picked, pressed and fermented in temperature-controlled steel tanks with natural selected yeast.  Intelligent, contemporary winemaking that expresses the nuance in this extraordinary, and extremely rare variety.

White - Dry Medium Bodied

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