Gori Agricola -Winery is located in Nimis, an ancient Roman Castrum Nemas of the 6th century
The Gori Agricola winery is located in Nimis, an ancient Roman Castrum Nemas of the 6th century. The wine farm is situated on the extreme northern edge of the Doc area of the Colli Orientali del Friuli, on whose gentle hills there are 18 hectares of vineyards. This estate was founded by Piero Gori in 2009 as a passion project based on his love and passion of his native land as well as his fascination with modern wine making techniques.
Gori’s obsessive drive towards quality and his respect for the natural environment have made the wine estate and its wines what they are today.
Their Indigenous Grapes
The wines of the farm have reached close to perfection due to extensive research on the land, and its oenological and climatic characteristics. The Gori Agricola Winery prides itself on working with the indigenous grapes of the region including Ramandolo, Ribolla, Gialla, Fruilano, Schioppettino and Refosco dal Peduncolo Rosso. Other grapes which are regularly used in wine production at the farm include Pinot Noir.
Mountains Around the Winery
The mountains surrounding the winery are perfectly situated to protect the area from the cold winds coming from the north and provide a climate and night temperature that are perfect for the development of the aromas of the grapes. The extreme care and consideration that is taken during the wine production process enhances each individual wine in the best possible way. All harvesting on the farm is done manually so that grapes can be carefully selected on the sorting table before they are processed.