ARLANDINO

GRIGNOLINO D’ASTI D.O.C.

Arlandino well adapts to Grignolino as Grignolino well adapts to Monferrato and its people. A harmonious, pleasant and reserved landscape, that in words and gestures of its inhabitant often reveals the great gift of irony. Arlandino, whose fragrance and personality are almost impossible to classify according to traditional canons, comes from the Poderi dei Mossetti vine and the Penango and Bisoglio vineyards, which were chosen for planting of this typical local cultivar since 1300. White calcareous soils, rich in freshness, distinguish the earth and give Arlandino fragrance and structure.

 

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APPELLATION: Grignolino d’Asti D.O.C.
BLEND: Grignolino
VINEYARD LOCATION: 300 metres a.s.l. south/southeast facing
DENSITY PER HECTARE: from 4,500 to 5,000 plants/hectare
TRAINING SYSTEM: Guyot
HARVESTING: By hand, starting at the end of September
FERMENTATION TEMPERATURE: 28-30° C, at a controlled temperature
AGEING: In stainless steel tanks
FIRST VINTAGE MARKETED: 2010
ENOLOGIST: Mario Ronco
AWARDS: medaglia-139523152010medaglia-139523152011medaglia-139523152012medaglia-139523152013,
medaglia-13952315 2014

Arlandino

Grignolino is a native wine of Monferrato bearing the curious name of a carnival mask. It is easy to associate it whit Harliquin and Aladin, the protagonist of One thousand and one nights, it is instead Grignolino, a wine to be rediscovered.