It's really great to see a Chardonnay Sauvignon from a cool climate without oak. I know I know, in Australia for a long time we saw big buttery cheap Chardonnay that put everyone off drinking them. This is different in every way. Bright characters of white peach and nectarine are aromatic and fresh on the nose. This then translates well onto the palate, with the addition of the Sauvignon giving it a slight tropical character.
On the food front my pick is salads, fresh seafood and maybe even some chicken liver parfait. You're welcome - Jeremy.
The winery relocated in the early 2000's to San Quirino, a village to the west of the Italian region of Friuli. This region is characterised by the Pordonese Dolomite ranges. The terroir is much like a mountain valley floor, with cool winds and constant temperature. This combination ensures great acidity, minerality and a fruit driven element. Russolo wines are created with quality in mind, hand picked, with careful wine making practices that preserves the characters influenced by terroir and the grape varieties selected.