Langhe DOC Bianco
The name 'sto fuori' means that it is out of the Timorasso classic
area ( that is south -east Piedmont) and also a little bit of
‘madness’ because to plant Timorasso in Langa you must be
Fuori ( italian expression to say a little mad)
Position: 400 on elevation.
Surface: 0,40 ha
East exposure, the calcareous soil rich of white marl .
Soft pressure followed by a fermentation in stainless steel under
a controlled temperature of 18/19°C. The wine is left on the fine
lees for about 6 months to reach more complexity,
than it will be ready to be bottled in june.
Yellow straw color with notes of broom flowers, pear aroma and crushed stones.. Fresh in the mouth, tasty with lovely touches of mineral and grapefruit. Tangy acidity keeps it fresh and bright. It’s a perfect wine to pair with fish, white meat with aromatic herbs and cheese where it reaches its elegance and fragrance.
Robert Parker - Wine Advocate