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.
Straw-yellow in colour with golden highlights; medium strength alcohol. Characteristic flavour, dry, slight citrus, pleasant acidity, and gently mineral. Young Ribolla Gialla is reminiscent of freshly cut hay, Golden Delicious apples and developing to acacia flowers.