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Marchesi Incisa – Grignolino d’asti

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Italy
Piedmont
Wine
Red

The Facts

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  • 2021 (750ml) - 8 029836 000338
  • 2020 (750ml) - 8 029836 000338
  • 2019 (750ml) - 8 029836 000338
Origins Italy > Piedmont > Asti
Appellation Grignolino d'Asti
Varietal Grignolino
Cepage 100% Grignolino
Winemaking Maceration is kept very short (4- 6 days) in order to tame the tannins.
Aging In stainless steel tanks
Markets California, Texas, National

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The Character

Overall Savory & Lively
Aromas Cranberry, Strawberries, Roses, White Pepper
Mouthfeel Medium Body, Crisp Acidity and Balanced Tannin
Tasting Notes Color: clear and bright ruby ​​red. Aromatic Profile: strawberry and rose, with spicy notes (white pepper). Taste: light-bodied, structured with fine tannins, persistent with an elegant finish.
Selling Point A Stand-Out, Rare & Indigenous Varietal with Star Power
Pairings Everything. Seriously.
Awards 2020 - 90pts James Suckling

The Story

The name is derived from the Piemontese dialect word 'grignole’, which means grape seeds. The Grignolino grape has a lot of these seeds, responsible for great tannic structure. You will at first be puzzled by this wine’s color, similar to that of a rose. Despite this, the wine reveals great structure and a delicate dryness. Grignolino is a terroir-driven wine, a rarity in Monferrato. In a world of sameness, the varietal cuts through with stunning eccentricity and quality.
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About Marchesi Incisa

Brand Story

The Marchesi Incisa family holds roots in Piemonte dating back to the 1400's. In the town of Monferrato, they grow indigenous varietals demonstrating to the world how just special they are. In the 1850's, Leopoldo Incisa came back from his journeys in France with clones of Pinot Noir & Merlot, planting them in the vineyards. These old vines have developed their own beautiful characteristics as well. Siblings Filiberto and Francesca now run the winery.


Brand Story

The Marchesi Incisa family holds roots in Piemonte dating back to the 1400's. In the town of Monferrato, they grow indigenous varietals demonstrating to the world how just special they are. In the 1850's, Leopoldo Incisa came back from his journeys in France with clones of Pinot Noir & Merlot, planting them in the vineyards. These old vines have developed their own beautiful characteristics as well. Siblings Filiberto and Francesca now run the winery.

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