The region’s enological flagship, Friulano is the most widely planted grape in Friuli. To the palate it is full-bodied and robust, yet maintaining an optimal balance between freshness and softness. Aromas are clear-cut and well-defined: meadow flowers, jasmine and pear balanced by its typical minerality. Often served as an aperitif, Friulano pairs extremely well with cold-cuts (try Prosciutto San Daniele), fresh, fatty cheeses, and it is excellent when served with fish, risotto and omelets.
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Torre Rosazza was acquired in 1979 by Genagricola, who immediately embarks on a process of study and zoning of 90 hectares of vines, to identify the quality of each individual land parcels and find that for exposure and geological properties are better able to interpret the vineyards of the area. For guiding the choices in the cellar, it is in these years Filiputti Walter, who embarks on a journey that is still Torre Rosazza along.
It was he, for example to introduce (probably for the first time in the whole Friuli) the use of barrels for the long aging of red wines, and it was he who gave the "beyond" the line of Ronchi, Cru Torre Rosazza. In these years, was born Altromerlot, wine emblem of Torre Rosazza, and identifier already in the name of a production concept different from the current one at the time, and inspired by the finest French winemaking techniques. Currently, the management of the Company is entrusted wine winemaker Luca Zuccarello.