This wine sprang from the desire to link up with one of the most interesting grape varieties that exist. Traluce was immediately successful beyond all expectations. A variety of great complexity, Sauvignon has found an ideal habitat in our soil, thanks also to the right agronomic choices. The vinification is meticulous, attention to detail here being categorically imperative, but today, after 20 years of experiment, we can say that the challenge has been met. Its colour is pale yellow with vivid greenish tints, and its full bouquet goes from the fruitiness of pink grapefruit, pineapple and passion fruit to the more mineral notes of sage and flint. It is fruity on the palate, it has an acid freshness but also a very soft smooth final taste.
Perfect as an intriguing, exotic aperitif, Traluce can be served successfully with vegetable dishes in general, and particularly asparagus. Recommended temperature: 12° C
Origins of the name
The name for this wine comes from a very genial local man, the last of afamily that had lived in this countryside for generations, a man who was alwaysopen to innovation and practical solutions of great efficacy.