Tocai Friulano, actually the Italian Sauvigon Vert also known as Sauvignonasse, is a variety of white wine grape variety from the Friuli Venezia Giulia region of Italy. Commonly used for the production of jug wines which are bland in taste, it is also used in the production of More interestingly flavored full-bodied wines by manipulating by viticulture techniques like pruning the vines and holding back the yield. Aromatic, herbaceous, fresh citrus and floral flavored the Tocai Friulano wine varies in taste depending upon the temperature of the region in which it is grown. Often confused with the Sauvignon Blanc, the Hungarian Tokaji and the Tokay de Alsace; this wine is distinct from these wines and is not related to them though the Tocai Italico may be considered to be a sibling. The wine, currently, has more presence as a local wine.
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Food Pairing Suggestions for Tocai Friulano Wine