Venica & Venica Current releases
Pinot Grigio `Jesera`
Most of the Pinot Grigio comes from a two hectare single vineyard named "Jesera" but is also is sourced from four other neighboring vineyards. "Jesera" translates to "little lake" in Slovenian and the name of the wine is a reference to the vineyard being at the bottom of a valley next to a stream. The Pinot Grigio's color comes from a prolonged maceration, some vintages up to 24 hours. Around 10% of wine is aged in large barrels (20-27 hectoliter) with the rest in stainless steel.
Sauvignon `Ronco del Cero`
Ronco del Cerò is the name of hill the current generation's great grandfather, Daniele Venica, bought in 1929 and his first site for Sauvignon Blanc. It is fermented on its lees entirely in stainless steel.
Sauvignon `Ronco delle Mele`
The Ronco delle Mele or "Hill of the Apples" is a single vineyard of Sauvignon Blanc that is northwest facing. It is named after the apple trees that dot the hill. Around 20% of wine is aged in large barrels (20-27 hectoliter) with the rest in stainless steel.
100% Malvasia Istriana aged mostly (70%) in large barrels (20-27 hectoliter) with the rest in stainless steel.
Friulano `Ronco delle Cime`
The Ronco delle Cime translates to the "Hill of Peaks." It comes from four different vineyards of Friulano around the winery with an average vine age of fifty years. It is fermented on its lees entirely in stainless steel.