The Oslavia Hill is in the heart of the Collio and can count on two more elements which make it unique: the land and the wind.
The land of Oslavia is called “ponca”: a local dialect word meaning clay-type earth with eocenica origins, with its minerals found most importantly, in the white wines.
The second “friend” of Oslavia is the wind: channelled from the Isonzo River valley, which from the back of the Monte Sabotino arrives on the Gorizia plain, the “bora” wind guarantees optimum ventilation and a good temperature range between night and day, all the elements required to favour the quality of vine cultivation.
RibollaNoir keeps the main characters of Ribolla united with the gentle aromatics of Pinot Noir. Zesty and citrusy in the nose with nashi hints and fragrant flowers.