Dedication, love for the land, unstoppable pursuit of high-quality standards: these are the three pillars on which the tradition of the Collavini family is based. Since 1896, when the first Collavini family-run vineyard was farmed, our story is one of passion, a strong bond with the terrior and an endless focus on innovation. The best way of expressing their values are the still and sparkling wines of our production, all marked by the seasonal rhythm of the vineyards in Corno di Rosazzo.
Located in Corno di Rosazzo, recognized as one of the most productive wine-making areas of Friuli Venezia Giulia, the Collavini head office resides in the former Villa of the Zucco-Cuccagna noble family. The winery is set in a fine example of a XVI century fortified residence. Manilo restored the residence and converted the master’s villa into a wine cellar and his own family home. The turret on the west-facing wall, once built as a point of observation to monitor the surrounding countryside, still gives a glimpse of the marvelous panorama stretching across the hills of Rosazzo, Ruttars and Cormons. Once in the wine cellar, the senses are completely enraptured by the colors and scents of the old “Turian” vineyard, the same ancient Ribolla Gialla lot where this grape variety was planted again. Our tradition is to focus on our vineyards and to introduce technological innovations in our cellar.The accurate restoration of our tradition is strictly connected to the attention given to our vineyards and to the technological innovations introduced in the cellar. As an example, we utilize a horizontal orientation of autoclaves, in which our Ribolla Gialla is aged for more than thirty months. Then there is the drying room; a low temperature and ventilated area where t
Crafted from a blend of Chardonnay and Pinot Grigio grapes grown on the flatlands and hillslopes of Friuli. Vinification is traditional. Fermentation off the skins follows the very soft-crushing of the grapes while refermentation in vertical pressure tanks at 14°C takes place in spring. The wine remains on the lees for five to six months.
The extended yeast autolysis of this Martinotti method is Grigio Spumante’s seal of quality.
|Product||Il Grigio Spumante Brut|
|Producer||Eugenio Collavini Viticoltori|
|Number of bottles||6|
|Delivery time||2 - 5 working days|
|Price per piece||€13.25|