A very precious wine, Picolit is another local
The cultivation of the grapes of the Picolit vine is hard because of a congenital disease called Floral Abortion, which reduces each bunch to only a few small, but intense, grapes (about 30% of a typical bunch).
Picolit has a golden yellow colour with a more or less intense shade depending on the year. The nose is really complex and intense almost perfumed, with notes of wild flowers, almond, peach blossom, acacia and chestnut.
Sweet but not overly sweet, Picolit does not weigh down the palate, but rather fills it with a pleasant and long aromatic sensation.