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Nino Pinot Nero, Cantina Iuli 2019
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Fabrizio Iuli grew up in a restaurant family. For over 60 years, the Iuli family served award winning Piedmontese cuisine, but it was the local’s demand for a house wine that set Fabrizio on his current path. He planted a few more vineyards and now cultivates Nebbiolo and Pinot, but it is with his Barbera that we can see his personality shine through.
Ruby red in colour. On the nose there are elegant aromas of red fruit and
flowers with spicy and mineral notes. The palate is medium-bodied, with well-integrated tannins and beautiful freshness. Persistent finish with fruity notes.
Producer Cantina Iuli
Origin Montaldo, Piedmont, Italy
Grapes Pinot Nero
Alcohol 12.5% ABV
Style Medium body natural red
Bottle size 750ml
Winemaking Manual harvest, fermented in stainless steel vat, macerated for 10-12 days with indigenous yeast. Aged for 16 months in big old casks. 6 months aging in bottle. Undergoes malolactic fermentation. No Filtration nor fining
Notes Natural, Organic