ITALY Fruilano 750ml

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  • Livio Felluga Fruilano 2008
  • Product of Italy
  • Fruilano grape variety
  • 13.5% ABV
  • 750ml
  • You must be over 18 to purchase this product
  • Please note that the image shown may not be representative of the stated vintage
Product Code: 227621
Ref: 414-81050941-LF101B08

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Known today as Friulano, it's Friuli's traditional wine with lots of personality and typicity. Well-structured, with harmonious, fruit-led complexity, the palate signs off with a characteristic after-aroma of bitter almonds. Traditionally served as an aperitif in Friuli, it pairs great with air-cured prosciutto crudo, salami and other sliced meats; pairs pleasantly with fish dishes and fresh and fatty cheeses. Please note that the image shown may not be representative of the stated vintage.

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