Il Griso 2016 fondo biancoDescription

The name seems to be attributed to a nice idea: to unite the character of this white wine at a dialect term used to describe a person from the grumpy character. Due to drought sandstones of the Roero, where the soft and permeable sand layers are interspersed with marl, The Griso Roero Arneis DOCG buy perfumes that evoke the subtle and elegant white flowers and hints of fresh fruits ranging from apples to fishing hazelnut.

Brilliant in his bright yellow to greenish discharge, it is proposed dry and gently tangy on the palate with a pleasant persistence of bitter aftertaste.

Vine: Arneis

Grade Probable: 2-3 years

Serving temperature: 10° - 12°C

Winemaking: Crushing and pressing of grapes. Decantation and fermentation at controlled temperature

Pairings: Can be served as aperitif. Perfect with delicate dishes, pasta dishes prepared and not too light appetizers or fish

Blaufraenkisch StiftKlosterneuburgAlongside Zweigelt and St. Laurent, Blaufränkisch is another classic Austrian red grape variety.

The alluvial, gravely soil at the Monastery’s vineyards in Tattendorf is considered one of Austria’s best red wine growing areas, it offers perfect conditions for this variety. With 55 hectares, Tattendorf is the largest vineyard for Stift Klosterneuburg Monastery.

After picking the wine is fermented and left to macerate on the skins for three weeks.

Aged in large foudres for eight months and bottled in May the year after harvest.

Tasting Notes:

Color: Light ruby with purple on the rim.

Nose: Fresh and fruity aromas.

Palate: Opulent with fresh berries and soft tannins.

Other: It will go well with roast chicken or grilled meat.

It is also important to note that Stift Klosterneuburg is the first carbon neutral wine estate in Europe.

13% Alcohol

evo blauViticulture

Vineyard:            Selected from vineyards in Burgenland.

Soil Type:             One part comes from gravel soil, the other part from loamy soils.

Vine Age:            20 years old average.

Irrigation:            No irrigation

Harvest Date:    October 2014.

Yield:     8 t/ha.


A cold and rainy year especially during harvest. It was much colder than average, which led to producing straight, focused with good acidity and low alcohol levels wines.

This particular vintage provides physiological ripeness with low alcohol and a good acid backbone. Typical for a Blaufränkisch from Burgenland. Harvested at optimum ripeness, spontaneous fermentation in temperature controlled tanks, pressed and aged a bit in large, used oak barrels. Bottled young to preserve the freshness from the fruits.

Tasting Notes:

Color:    Light ruby.

Nose:    Some blueberry and spice.

Palate:  Fresh, dark ripe cherries, with blueberries and a velvety finish. Fine tannins, well integrated acidity and good length.

Other:   Will pair well with roasted chicken or grilled meat.

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photo chateau roumieu chateau roumieu jp 8a4f4e6Chateau Roumieu is a family-owned property passed down from generation to generation since the 18th century. The name “Roumieu” refers to an important stage along the ancient pilgrimage route of “Saint-Jacques de Compostelle”, or St. James’ Way, back in medieval times – when “Roumieu” was used by the Moors to describe the Christians. A scallop shell, adopted as the Chateau’s emblem, features on the label, as “Saint-Jacques” is the French word for scallop.

The Château is located on the calcareous-clay plateau of Haut-Barsac, on the same terroir as the most prestigious Cru wines of Sauternes, with Climens (1st cru) and Doisy-Védrines (2nd cru) both adjoining the property.

Over the years, the Craveia-Goyaud family has committed to protect the unique character of the terroir. The vines are managed to irreproachable standards, guided by a sustainable viticultural regime and restricted yields. In order to make the finest wine possible, the grapes at Château Roumieu are painstakingly picked by hand one by one, in successive sweeps through the vine rows, with sometimes as many as 3-6 sweeps per block, picking only the grapes 100% affected by botrytis.

The wine is then slowly vinified and matured in oak barrels for 18 months.

This Sauternes is remarkable for its very fine, complex bouquet with aromas of candied fruit, honey and acacia. On the palate, the wine reveals good structure and is wonderfully supple and fleshy.


20% Muscadelle, 35% Sauvignon Blanc, 45% Sémillon


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