Until a few years ago the Friulano vine took the historical and famous name of Tocai Friulano. Some agreements between Italy and the European Union of 1993 have forbidden the use of the name "Tocai" from March 2007, because it is too similar to that of the Hungarian controlled denomination of origin of Tokaji wine and the homonymous production area. The similarity is relative only and exclusively to the name since the Tocai Friulano and the Hungarian Tokaji are completely different as wines for color, aroma, taste and production methods, and as vines (Tokaji wine is typically produced from the Furmint vines, Hárslevelü and Sárgamuskotály, which is a Muscat Blanc à Petits Grains). It should also be considered that the Hungarian Tokaji is not a single wine, but various wines from the same area of the city of Tokaj as it is a PDO with different types of wine.


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The 'Plus' Venezia Giulia IGT, Cru range, was born from a single vineyard with screws of over 60 years, on top of a beautifully exposed hill, the best example of Bastianich native Friulan. 10% of the grapes are subjected to a drying period to further concentrate the fruit note of the old vines. The equivalent of a White Amarone.

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The Friulano DOC 'No Name' 2016 by Le Vigne di Zamò is a substantial and juicy white, rich in both aromas and taste. Fruit and flowers, then citrus fruits and a lot of minerality, together with the typical almondy traits: a high level Friulan. Ideal for a dinner with friends. 'Nameless' a reflection against the exaggerated bureaucracy that afflicts the world of wine.