Furlani "Macerato" is a frizzante, gloriously colored, delicious wine from Trentino, Italy. Before you even open this wine you notice the beautiful color--pink. The color is what you see under the furry skin of pinot grigio (or some versions of the grape). This wine has extended skin contact which creates the beautiful color. They do not list the grapes used on their website.
It has a bit of sparkle with a tart chewy strawberry taste. I was told it tasted a bit like a strawberry Starburst. I doubted but it sort of does. Think of a strawberry starburst without the sweetness. It is tart and refreshing and is a wonderful summer time wine. It is just delicious and incredibly unique. Do not be put off by all the junk floating in it either. It is unfiltered and full of flavor. Turn the bottle up and down a few times before opening. Do this gently because it is sparkling and if you do it roughly it will blow up all over when you open it.
This Furlani has citrus buried in it-- but not the sort of citrus you might expect. There were these small tangerine-like sour fruits I recall as a kid in Florida. I thought of those. I write this all the time but it is again, applicable; you don’t need to think too much about this wine. Just drink it (if you can find it). It is well outside the norm but even with this it is an easily accessible wine. No one is going to spit this out. On the contrary, if you open this for guests they may finish it fast so they can get a second glass.
Furlani wines are low intervention. I prefer "low intervention" to "natural." It is more cumbersome but more accurate. These wines are made with using Biodynamic practices.
Furlani also have a Teroldego wine similar to this one. Their website is a collection of what look like must buy wines.