Sometimes very rustic, this version of Grignolino has a little more ripe fruit up front, with red and black berries offset by dried herb notes and a touch of pepper. Despite the relatively high alcohol, the palate is mid-weight, with noticeable acids and a touch of tannic spine. Along with the berry fruit, there is a savoury, meaty element. Serve at cellar temperature with flatbreads with olive oil and grilled anchovy, cassoulet or grilled tomatoes.
6 bottles per case (includes HST).