Marco Felluga Pinot Grigio Collio Mongris 2009

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The winery Marco Felluga was founded by Marco with his own name in the Fifties in Gradisca d’Isonzo, which in the fourteenth century was a fortified citadel of the Venetian Republic La Serenissima. Its city walls were designed by Leonardo da Vinci, a gateway to the Collio. Marco Felluga vineyards extend over 100 hectares (some family owned, some family operated) with a larger production of white wines, obtained from both autochthonous and international grapes. The name Mongris comes from the contraction of “mono variety” and the Friulano word for Pinot Grigio, Gris. Pinot Grigio arrived in Friuli Venezia Giulia over 150 years ago, and is now considered an indigenous grape. Today, it is one of the region’s most widely planted white grapes. This example has an intense bouquet of acacia flowers, broom and apple. It has an elegant, fruity palate, well-structured with a persistent finish.

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The winery Marco Felluga was founded by Marco with his own name in the Fifties in Gradisca d’Isonzo, which in the fourteenth century was a fortified citadel of the Venetian Republic La Serenissima. Its city walls were designed by Leonardo da Vinci, a gateway to the Collio. Marco Felluga vineyards extend over 100 hectares (some family owned, some family operated) with a larger production of white wines, obtained from both autochthonous and international grapes. The name Mongris comes from the contraction of “mono variety” and the Friulano word for Pinot Grigio, Gris. Pinot Grigio arrived in Friuli Venezia Giulia over 150 years ago, and is now considered an indigenous grape. Today, it is one of the region’s most widely planted white grapes. This example has an intense bouquet of acacia flowers, broom and apple. It has an elegant, fruity palate, well-structured with a persistent finish.

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