Tenuta Olim Bauda Grignolino d'Asti "Isolavilla" DOC 2014 - Red
Grignolino is a grape variety from the Piedmont which has, in the same way as the Dolcetto grape, been overlooked for the more reputated Barbera and Nebbiolo grapes. The cultivation of Grignolino is relatively complex and so is also the winemaking. On top of this, the vines don't yield as much as other grape varieties and it is therefore understandable why Grignolino hasn't yet achieved such a popularity. Grignolino has always existed in the Piedmont and this is where it has remained. In fact grignolino doesn't exist anywhere else in the world, except sporadically in Napa and Santa Clara, USA. Anyway, Olim Bauda makes an exciting Grignolino d'Asti that those interested in wine and willing to try something new should try. The wine is relatively light and should be drunk chilled a few degrees.
- Country : Italy
- Region : Piedmont
- Grape variety : 100% Grignolino
- Classification : DOC Grignolino d'Asti
- Color : Red
- Vintage : 2014
- Storage potential : Good for storage, up to 10 years
- Volume : 75 cl
Presentation of the vineyard
Tenuta Olim Bauda is controlled by the Bertolino family since four generations. Today it is the sisters and brothers Dino, Diana and Gianni who share the work tasks on the farm. The family is originally from the Piedmont, and when the company started almost a century ago, it was mainly carrying out wine trade. It was not until 1961, when the property "Bauda" was acquired, that winemaking started really seriously. A reputation was soon created for making good quality wines. In the beginning, wines made primarily made from Freisa and moscato grapes, but then more and more from Barbera grapes. The typicality of the Bertolino family is to espouse tradition which is expressed through the winemaking. Even today are Olim Bauda produces wines from the classic Piedmontese grape varieties such as Grignolino.
A light and bright ruby color with subtle tints of amber. Fine and delicate aromas of undervegetation, dry flowers and a special aromatic scent of white pepper. A lively but refined palate with dry elements from present tannins and a pleasant aftertaste of fresh almonds. To be drunk chilled at 13-14 ° to Italian antipasti or to a fish in a creamy sauce.