Sweetly fruited, peach blossom aromas and flavors. A slightly nutty finish, opening to sherry-like taste in the glass. Could work with Asian foods as well as dishes from the hearty, peasant-based native Fruili cuisine.

WHO: Bastianich Adriatico
WHAT: Friulano
WHERE: Friuli, Italy
WHEN: 2009
HOW MUCH: $19.99 (Media sample)
AVAILABILITY: Imported by Dark Star

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