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Russolo family history is an integral part of viticulture in western Friuli, a region often forgotten, which covers an area of about 7,500 hectares, straddling the river Tagliamento between the provinces of Pordenone and Udine. Starting in the late 1800s, John Russolo began producing wines, and later Rino Sr. would be one of the first graduate eno-technicians from the Experimental Institute of Conegliano. Today, the wine making duo, Iginio and Rino Russolo, craft some delicious wines from Pordenone in Western Friuli. Committed to low yields, they are focused on high-quality wines with concentrated
varietal character.

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Pinot Grigio IGT Ronco Calaj

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