Wine Details

Ronco Dei Tassi Ribolla Gialla Collio DOC

The Ronco dei Tassi Ribolla Gialla is a fruity and elegant wine, a stellar example of the powerful and complex white wines produced in the Cormòns area of Fruili, with a freshness that lends balance and precision. The utmost attention and care is given to the grapes during each step of the production process, from the vineyard to the bottle, resulting in an impeccable wine that is rich in aromas and flavors and is truly representative of Cormòns. On the nose, a bouquet of lime flowers and dried cedar makes way for a rich, yet taut and agile, infusion of acacia, yellow plums and white tea on the palate. A long finish with notes of quince and toasted almonds charms right up to the end.



Ronco Dei Tassi


Collio DOC


100% Ribolla Gialla

Number of bottles produced:

20,000 bottles

Production area:

Montona vineyard (5 acres), southern exposure, Cormons


160 meters (525 feet) a.s.l.

Age of vines:

60 years


1.5-1.6 kg per vine




Fermentation in stainless steel tank for 8-12 days at controlled temperature followed by partial malolactic fermentation


6 months in stainless steel tank and at least 1 month in the bottle

Alcohol content:



Arenaceous marl

Time of harvest:

End of September



Recent press reviews


Ronco Dei Tassi Ribolla Gialla Collio DOC 2022

James Suckling (91)- "Notes of sliced pears and glazed lemons with spicy herbs, orchid blossom and hints of beeswax. Polished and a little chalky on the palate with a medium body and stony, mineral backbone. Crunchy fruit. Creamy finish. Attractive and easy to drink. Drink now. "


Ronco Dei Tassi Ribolla Gialla Collio DOC 2019

James Suckling (90)- "Fresh herbs, apple skin, lemon zest and wet stones on the nose. It’s medium-bodied with bright acidity. Lightly bitter peel and pith notes. Drink or hold."


Ronco Dei Tassi Ribolla Gialla Collio DOC 2018

James Suckling (91)- "Fresh coriander and dill punctuate a nose of lemons and chamomile tea. Medium body, cut-throat acidity and a zippy finish. Drink now. "