A Sauvignon Blanc vineyard lies on a hill called Cicinis in the heart of the Collio area. Expert care is lavished on it by those with centuries-old knowledge of this terroir, to create Cicinis, the Attems’ iconic wine.
TASTING NOTES: Appearing a luminous, deep straw-yellow, Cicinis displays seductive, cleanly-contoured varietal aromas on the nose, with Percocca peach yielding gradually to pineapple, enriched by intriguing notes of gunflint, spice, and white pepper. The generous, full palate is both firmly-structured and elegant, exhibiting lively, savoury flavours that complement fragrances echoing the bouquet. The near-endless finish is likewise appealingly aromatic.
SERVING SUGGESTIONS: Cicinis is ideally suited to accompany dishes high in fat such as pork (sausages, ribs), but also tomato-free vegetable soups and mushroom soups, as well as sautéed chicken with vegetables.