It’s tough to create a friendly relationship with the Albana grape.
It’s like an impetuous and ill-tempered wild horse. We don’t try to tame it because that would change the most genuine part of it. We only try to accompany this grape variety on a simple, natural journey, maintaining its key characteristics.
On the nose, there are delicate oxidative scents along with notes of yellow peach and apricot, with field flowers and aromatic herbs on the finish.
A fresh, structured palate with a slight return of aromatic herbs and very refined tannins typical of this grape variety.
It can be paired with fish, especially grilled fish, white meats, eggs and mild cheese.