Plozner Pinot Bianco DOC 2009 (6 x 750mL), Friuli Grave, Italy.

Liquor Act 2007: It is against the law to sell or supply alcohol to, or to obtain alcohol on behalf of, a person under the age of 18 years. Liquor licence LIQP770010049
$23.99 per Bottle
$143.94 per pack
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Classification: Friuli Grave DOC

A refined, harmonious, extremely elegant wine, crisp and refreshing, and with very graceful aromas.

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Winery Tasting Notes


It is characterised by great freshness and delicate, fragrant aromas of dried fruit, herbs and brush wood. Notes of ripe fruit and a subtle vein of fresh greens that emerges with some ageing beautifully complement appealing impressions of dried nuts, and pungent herbs and underbrush.


The palate is mellow yet structured, with excellent acid balance and great persistence. A well balanced, elegant wine.

Food Matching

Pinot Bianco is a stylish aperitif, pairs well with light fish stews and antipasti, and is delicious with vegetable risottos and poached fish and shellfish.

Winemaking Notes

Soft-pressed, fermented and matured in the winery’s subterranean vaults, the wine is bottled from the month of March after harvest.

ITA - Other Italian
Grape Style
Other White Varietals
Closure Type
Cork closure

Winery Profile

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It was Lizio Plozner, in the 1960’s, who first believed in the region and pioneered viticulture in the area. Today the Plozner winery is headed up by 4th generation Sabina Maffei. The estate is based on a 100 hectare rectangle (60 hectares under vine) situated in the foothills of Grave del Friuli, not far from the Alps and close to the region’s morainic hills. The region favours a dry, cool climate and healthy grapes.

Francesco Visentin continues as the winemaker, and he is responsible for the consistency and reliability of the great value wines of Plozner for the past twenty years. The wines are cellared and aged in the subterranean vaults of the on-site Plozner winery. The Plozner wines reflect their own region of origin.


Stones and gravel deposited by the Meduna and Tagliamento Rivers make up the soils where Plozner vines are planted. Alluvial in origin yet not very fertile, the soils guarantee excellent drainage, low vegetative vigor and naturally small crop yields.

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