One of the most ancient native vines of Monferrato, it has been known since the Middle Ages by the name Barbesino, and it owes its etymology to the name gragnola, a dialect term to indicate the numerous seeds of this grape. Prolonged ageing on the skins without pips enhances the olfactory characteristics of dried rose and the aromatic complexity of wild strawberries, wild berries, and raspberries.
The gustatory profile offers versatile traits in gastronomic combinations, a fair palatal volume, a present and not aggressive tannin, and a dry finish with a fruity correspondence on the notes perceived in the olfactory analysis.
Serve at 17°-18°C.
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