The Verduzzo grapes are allowed to raisin naturally on the vine to concentrate the sugars and aromas. The wine rests in barriques for more than a year resulting in delicate honey and vanilla notes. The palate is sweet and robust with a slight tannin component, typical of the variety. Best paired with almond cake and creamy, mascarpone-based desserts. Also sublime with prosciutto and figs, pâté de foie gras and pumpkin gnocchi.