Friulani La Delizia sparkling wines: The land, the air and the spirit of Friuli

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Viticoltori Friulani La Delizia currently represents the main wine-producing facility in the Friuli Venezia Giulia region, pairing over 450 wine growers with 2.000 hectares of vineyards that spread just in the heart of the region over the Friulian plains, from Casarsa della Delizia to Aquileia, within the well-known "Friuli Grave" and "Prosecco" DOC areas. These areas are rich in history and have a strong wine-growing tradition that allows producing wines with a strong identity and character, successfully exported to the main foreign Countries.

Credit: Friulani La Delizia
Credit: Friulani La Delizia

The story of Viticoltori Friulani La Delizia is a forward-looking, passionate story based on commitment and tradition. The Cooperative was founded on 7 May 1931 by its first 70 founding members, who decided to work together to create a large partnership, signing the deed of incorporation for the former Cantina Sociale Cooperativa Destra Tagliamento. The Friulian Cantina Cooperativa overcame the difficult period of WWII with tenacity. In 1945, the shareholders had to rebuild it completely and, at the end of the 1950s, expand it, building a large hall to house the bottling facilities, which were automated in the 60s and totally renovated in 2013.

Exports became key in 1970. Vini La Delizia invested a lot in those years and took the first steps toward the international markets, gaining another area of focus in the 1990s thanks to exports to the Western European markets in addition to Canada and the United States. The 1980s were essential for the winery’s expansion that, although it occurred during a national recession resulting in uncertainty in the wine sector, saw Vini La Delizia on the forefront of implementing long-term investments. In fact, in 1981, the purchase of the new sparkling wine facilities significantly contributed to provide a new driving force for production, meeting the numerous market demands in those years.

Credit: Friulani La Delizia
Credit: Friulani La Delizia

The vineyards of Vini La Delizia enjoy the favorable mild climate influenced by the sea and sheltered from cold Northern winds by the surroundings mountains. The soil of alluvial origin ensures a marked temperature range enhancing fine fragrances and a rich aromas bouquet of the grapes.

Just like art and gastronomy, wine comes from a close connection to the territory of which it becomes an expression. Naonis, a range of excellent wines, is the ancient name of the city of Pordenone. In the glass these fine and elegant sparkling wines express the unique identity of their origin area.

Sparkling wines

Credit: Friulani La Delizia
Credit: Friulani La Delizia

The Naonis brand includes Prosecco DOC Extra Dry Sparkling wine, Il Nostro Brut Sparkling wine, Ribolla Gialla Brut Sparkling wine, Rosé Extra Dry Sparkling wine e Moscato Sweet Sparkling wine.

These sparkling wines are elegant, intense and expressive wines that give intense emotions in every sip, revealing their rich aromatic bouquet. They stand out for their extremely fine and persistent perlage and for their freshness, immediacy and pleasantness that confirm the essence, the value and the passion of the company.

Vini La Delizia is always committed in enhancing the quality of the wines in order to offer a range of higher-quality products with a strong identity that can delight all customers during their special encounters.

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