"Invitingly perfumed, with plenty of depth to the pomegranate, cherry and cherry blossom flavours. There are hints of savoury spice, tobacco, and the ever-present crackle of Iuli’s limestone soils. A real little charmer!
Grignolino is known for its light colour, aromas of savoury herbs and lifted acidity, and is often likened to gamay. It’s local to the Monferrato area, and has an amazing ability to reflect its terroir."