Grignolino is a red grape is fairly common in Piedmont, but rarely seen beyond its borders. A lighter, more delicate grape, many describe it as the Beaujolais of Piedmont. This is a classically styled, and delicious, Grignolino: lighter in body and color, with aromas of red berry, cola and fresh alpine herbs. Those same notes come across on the palate as well along with a vigorous acidity that gives the fruit an appealing lift. Try with a slight chill and be amazed at how quickly the bottle disappears.
hand-harvested. entirely destemmed. stainless-steel fermentation.