One of the great wines of Friuli. Tre Bicchieri - Gambero Rosso.
Great persistance in the mouth with the feel of picking, smelling and clutching alpine herbs. At once it's fresh with savoury grasses, firm with a touch of bitter phenolics, yet full and round in the middle. There is a lot of good things going on. Great length. Ian Cook - FWC
Fosarin is a 40-40-20 blend of Pinot Bianco, Friulano and Malvasia. Aged for six months in a combination of stainless steel and barriques, this is fresh and fruity in its youth, filling out with time in the bottle to become rich and spicy. Pinot Bianco provides backbone and finesse: Friulano the mid-palate weight and richness: and Malvasia the exotic aromatics that really drive the wine. The key here is that the Malvasia is the rare ‘Istria’ clone, completely different to the many Malvasia clones grown around the country. This is Friuli in a glass and, for the money, awesome value.