Azienda Agricola Fiegl, is located in the village Oslavia, on the gentle slopes north of Gorizia in the Collio. These vineyards have been producing wines under the Fiegl name since 1782. The original owner was named Fiegl Valentino. Currently the brothers Alessio, Giuseppe and Rinaldo are running the company, which consists of a state of the art winery and 30 hectares of land, 26 of which are planted with vineyards. The Collio Gorziano enjoys the maritime influence of the nearby Adriatic Sea, and runs along the northern hill-chain of the Gorizia province, bordering the Slovenian border. The soils are composed of marl and sandstone. Fiegl also owns significant vineyards in the Friuli Isonzo DOC, located in the southern region of the Collio and Colli Orientali. The wines from Izonzo are bottled under the name Villa Dugo. Giuseppe's son Martin is the winemaker. The farming company FIEGL, active primarily in the field of wine products, is located in Oslavia, a village on the gentle slopes north of Gorizia. Its historical origin may be traced back to the sale contract of a vineyard called “Meja” in 1782 on the name of Fiegl Valentino. After more than two centuries the brothers Alessio, Giuseppe and Rinaldo are running the company consisting of 30 hectares of land, 25 of which dedicated to vineyards. Friuli Isonzo DOC is located in south part of the Collio and Colli Orientali area and it is one of the best areas for the production of red wines but also white wines. The soil is reach in “ponca” the local name for “clay”, great for the making of red wines.
Color: Slightly golden yellow Aroma: Vibrant, bright, fresh, herbal, gooseberry - classical Sauvignon Blanc from Friuli. Palate: Both fresh and refreshing, the mouth-filling herbal palate enhances the excellent fruit structure and length of this wine. Displaying intense gooseberry and capsicum characters, the lingering soft flavors provide a beautifully ripe and powerful wine with an abundance of richness, uplifted by fresh acidity and an impressive long finish. Aging Potential: Both fresh and refreshing, this Sauvignon Blanc is best consumed upon release, however will continue to develop mouth filling fruit-driven flavors over the next two to three years.
The fresh vibrant nature of this Sauvignon Blanc makes it a wonderful accompaniment to delectable seafood dishes such as poached scallops in a lime-scented broth or pasta al dente topped with bacon, sun dried tomatoes, parmesan and freshly torn basil.