Gravner Bianco Breg 2012
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Friuli-Venezia Giulia - Italy
White green still

How to serve

Serve at:

12 - 14°C.

Decanting time:

2 hours

Longevity:

05 - 10 years

Glass:

Gravner Bianco Breg 2012

Colour

Amber yellow very intense.

Bouquet

Intense and rich, with aromas of dried fruits, aromatic herbs, mimosa, chamomile and saffron.

Flavour

Soft, warm and silky with lovely floral and aromatic.

Pairing

Pasta
Fish
Shellfish
Cheese
Matured cheese
Poultry
White fish

Features

Name Gravner Bianco Breg 2012
Type White green still
Classification
Year 2012
Size 0,75 l Standard
Alcohol content 15.00% by volume
Grape varieties Chardonnay, Pinot Grigio, Riesling Italico, Sauvignon
Country
Region Friuli-Venezia Giulia
Origin Oslavia (GO)
Vinification Grape blend obtained from four different vine varieties (Sauvignon blanc, Pinot grigio, Chardonnay and Riesling italico) which are fermented separately and aged together. While fermenting in Georgian amphorae buried underground, it underwent a long maceration with wild yeasts and no temperature control.
Ageing After the drawing off and pressing phases the wine was poured back into amphorae for five more months before it started ageing in large oak barrels, where it was left for six years. Wine is bottled without fining or filtration.
Allergens Contains sulphites
On offer Price Gravner Bianco Breg 2012 HK$ 1,302.00 

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Vintage

xtraWine
93/100 
2012
Robert Parker
94/100 
2010
Bibenda
 
2009
Robert Parker
93/100 
2009
Decanter
93/100 
2008
Vinous
92/100 
2008
Vitae AIS
 
2008
Wine Spectator
94/100 
2008
Gambero Rosso
 
2007
James Suckling
93/100 
2007
Robert Parker
92/100 
2007
Vitae AIS
 
2007
Bibenda
 
2006
Gambero Rosso
 
2006
Bibenda
 
2005
Robert Parker
94/100 
2005
Wine Spectator
90/100 
2005
From this winery:

Clay amphorae are believed by many to be the first tanks ever to hold wine—historians have used documents from Georgia (formerly in the USSR) to verify that winemakers have used this ancient practice for more than 4,000 years. In contrast to this anc...

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