POGGIO AL CASONE Grand Noir - It was introduced in Italy by Professor Racah in the beginning of the twentieth century, in Tuscany, in order to replace Colorino and Tinturier. The Grand Noir is a hybrid derived from a cross between Aramond and Petit Bouchet. Created in 1885 by Henry Bouchet, who named it "Grand Noir de la Calmette" in honour of the HŽrault, France. This a Biodynamic wine fro you to enjoy. Very spicy with a mix of sweet and elegant aromas of black pepper and Mediterranean balsamic herbs, light refreshing body with velvety texture.
Colour; Intense ruby red with purple reflections Nose; Lots of fruity aroma on the nose with a mix of strawberry and wild dark fruit Food Match; Matches well the light foods or Asiatic cuisine meal Vinification; The grapes are gently harvested by hand and the must extracted and fermented in steel tanks then left in contact with the skin for 8 days where malolactic fermentation takes place Ageing; Drink now
Volume: 750 mLs
Alcohol Vol.: 11.5%
Varietal: Grand Noir
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