Via Beltrame 77
Marina Danieli Estate is one of the main estates in Friuli Colli Orientali DOC.
The family passion started many years ago, when in 1870 Filotimo Danieli came to Buttrio for the first time. Together with his wife Anna Beltrame, they took care of the winery business, which is now at its fifth generation and led by Marina and her sons Letizia and Francesco.
Today Marina Danieli Estate extends over 100 hectares of vineyards, woods and vegetable gardens. In the last 39 years the business expanded from the wine production to hospitality.
Merlot Colli Orientali del Friuli
Winemaking: once the grapes are destemmed the first fermentation with the skins lasts till the end of sugar with daily pump-over. After pressing, resulting in the separation of must and skins, the aeging continues, for at least 18 months, in stainless steel tank (50%) and French oak barrels (50%) before making the blend. They fine together in stainless steel tank for 6 months before bottling.
We simply love Merlot!! Originally a French variety, it has been grown in Friuli since 1880 and is now very widespread. Marina Danieli Merlot is grown on the hills of Buttrio from old vineyards. We have different acres of old Merlot vines which we preserve with a lot of love and respect.
Refosco dal Peduncolo Rosso Doc
Winamaking: Selected grapes are first destemmed and crushed. Fermentation in stainless steel tank at controlled temperature (16-18°C). It lasts till the end of sugar with daily pump-over. After pressing, resulting in separation of must and skins, the ageing continues, for at least 24 months, in stainless steel tank.
This wine is produced by the vineyard growing next to our winery, that has a loam soil.
Pinot Grigio Doc Ramato
Winemaking: destemmed grapes, short cold maceration of 12 hours with the skins to pull out more colour and aromatic components before the fermentation. Soft pressing, fining by flotation. Alcoholic fermentation in stainless steel tank at controlled temperature (16-18°C). Ageing in stainless steel tank with battonage for 18 months. Bottling and then fining for at list 6 months before sale.
We propose a reviewed traditional version of a typical wine from the North East of Italy, Pinot Grigio. This variety grows in the heart of the eastern hills of Friuli, on well-aerated soil rich in clay and limestone. For over 40 years these vineyards have produced small and compact grape clusters with a dark grey colour, full of juice and with thin skin.
Our Pinot Grigio wine is made according to the traditional method, where the grape’s skins are left together with the pulp. The result is a balanced and rich white wine with a very distinctive “peach flower” colour.
Friulano Doc Colli Orientali
Winemaking: destemmed grapes, cold maceration of 6 hours with the skins and soft pressing. Fining by flotation, alcoholic fermentation in stainless steel tank at controlled temperature (16-18°C). Ageing in stainless steel tank with battonage for 18th months. Bottling and then fining for 6 months before sale.
This wine is produced by the historical Tocai grape, which has been cultivated in the Friuli region since 1600. Our Friulano grows on the hills of Buttrio, and has an incredible terroir. Once the grapes are manually picked and brought to the cellar, we do a brief maceration with the skins to give structure and body to this wine which ages incredibly well.
Ribolla Gialla Igt
Winemaking: destemmed grapes and soft pressing. Fining by flotation. Alcoholic fermentation in stainless steel tank at controlled temperature (16-18°C). Aging in stainless steel for 6 months before sale.
Ribolla Gialla is a white Italian grape grown most prominently in the Friuli Venezia Giulia region of North East Italy. We don’t use any chemicals for our Ribolla Gialla and after a short maceration with the skins we produce a light-medium bodied wine with floral aromatics.
Winemaking: grapes are first destemmed, then first fermentation with the skins lasts around 10 days. After the press and the separation of the must from the skins, the wine ages in stainless steel thank about 1 year.
Local grape variety almost lost to extinction following the phylloxera epidemic of the late 19th century when vineyard owners decided against replanting the variety in favour of French wine grapes. It went out of fashion and almost lost. Carefully processed produces a good-bodied red wine with a very pleasant bouquet.
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