When speaking of skin-contact whites from Italy, it is impossible to escape the name of Radikon. In 1995, Stanislao ‘Stanko’ Radikon began working with extended skin maceration for his white wines, accompanied by a decreasing usage of sulphur across his wines. By 2003, he had refined his approach of extended maceration where no added sulphites were required, and his wines were spending up to three months on skins. His detailed & perfectionist approach led him to produce some of the most complex orange wines worldwide. As a firm believer that quality wines begin with quality fruit, the vineyards see no chemicals or synthetic products applied. Fermentation is done naturally and with no rush and desire to push the wines outside of what they want to do themselves. Since Stanko passed away in 2016, two of the wines in the pack provide a lingering look at some of his last vintages. Presently, his son Saša helms the domaine, continuing the legacy which his father built.