White – A story of tradition

Sauvignon Bonotto

The Sauvignon grape variety is one of the most widespread white grape varieties in the world, and it produces some of the most famous and sought-after white wines. The origin also explains the name, which comes from savage, “wild”, because the shape of its leaves resembles those of wild vines.



Production area

Rai di San Polo di Piave (TV)

Harvest period

Early September


Short cold maceration for 12 hours

Sensory notes

Color: straw yellow with slight green reflections

Bouquet: the nose releases an intense bouquet ranging from tropical fruit to elder flowers, sage, tomato leaf and green pepper

Taste: gently dry and dry taste


Excellent with all types of fish, asparagus dishes and spring and wild herb risottos

Serving temperature

12 – 14 °C

Alcohol content