There is no rush in the Terpin wine cellars.
Most of Franco Terpins wines will be released after several years of maturing partly in wooden barrels or in a combination of barrels and steel tanks and the wines at least one year in the bottle. The wine is so far from mass production that it needs some time to understand and appreciate.
Once you get there it is impossible to kiss goodbye.
This wine will welcome you with gentle volatile fumes that will with ease give in space to floral and herbal tones followed by ripe apricot, honey and oriental spices on the palate, enveloped in matured acidity.
Jakot is actually Tokaj written backwards.
Even though the official name of this grape is Friulano, local Italian winemakers use to call it Tokaj. After losing a legal battle with Hungarian winemakers who protected the name Tokaj exclusively for wine coming from the Tokaji region, creative Italians decided to give this wine a name with a remarkable twist.