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Botromagno, Gravina Bianco - 2008(SL-A1858)

Botromagno,  Gravina Bianco - 2008

Tasting Note

Gravina is one of the oldest white wines in Italy. Its production can be traced back to the 6th century B.C. when the vines, imported from "... (more...)Manga Grecia" (the name of the area in Southern Italy and Sicily that was colonized by Greek settlers in the 8th century B.C.), found their perfect habitat in Puglia. Granted DOC status in 1983, Gravina is produced exclusively by Botromagno. The wine is a brilliant yellow with green reflections. The nose is fragrant with scents of apple, peach, apricot and pinapple. In the mouth it is fresh and long with tangy acidity. Enjoy with spicy foods, Asian cuisine, fish, sushi and white meats.

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