Still white wine made from Sangiovese grapes.
The history of I Sabbioni in intimately linked to Sangiovese, the most emblematic wine of this area. It was therefore natural to adopt this variety as the most appropriate for our white wine.
The Liti Bianche are produced in the most nothern areas  of the vineyard where the grapes retain freshness and floral hints.
A unique wine, starting from its pale straw color.
Taut and well-defined aromas of white peach and thyme with hints of salt. Straightforward on the palate with powerfull wild hints. Adepth based on salt and exotic fruit.


Blanc De Noir obtained from Sangiovese grapes
Denomination: Forlì Bianco I.G.T.
Productive location: Castiglione di Forlì
ALC X% by VOL: 12,0% vol
Ampelographic identity: Pure Sangiovese, Grapes of Romagna Clones (Large-berry varieties)
Soil type: yellow sands (Molasses of the Messinian)

Altitude: 70mt above sea level
Exposure: North
Slope: 5%
Plants per hectare: 6250
Cultivation form: bilateral spurred cord (6 buds per plant)
Productivity: 1000grams per plant
Harvest type: by hand

Harvest period: by the third week of September
Wine making process: fermentation in steel tanks at a controlled temperature, average maceration period of 25 days
Aging: nine months in steel and at least six in the bottle
Bottle size: 0,75 lt