The nose gives a delicate and fine scent with notes of underbrush, dried flowers and often accompanied by characteristic hints of white pepper.
Brilliant ruby red color with subtle amber highlights.
The palate is lively and savory yet refined, dry due to the typical presence of tannins with a pleasantly almondy aftertaste.
“”Grignolino is the reddest of white wines and the whitest of red wines,” Veronelli seems to have said. A red with a rather light color, but never so light as to remind one of a rosé. In spring or summer try it fresh with fava beans and salami or some fried anchovies–my favorite.”