One of the oldest indigenous varieties in the Monferrato, it has been known since the Middle Ages as Barbesino, but it actually takes its name from the dialect word “gragnola”, which refers to the seeds, which are very numerous in this grape. The long maturing with skin contact without the seeds brings out the full aroma of dried roses and the aromatic complexities of wild strawberry, wild berries and, in particular, raspberries.
The taste profile reveals the personality of a wine that is uninhibited and versatile in terms of food pairing, fairly mouth-filling, with tannins that are present but not aggressive, a suitably crisp, dry finish, and a good followthrough with the fruity notes that appear in the bouquet.
Serve at 17°-18°C.
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