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BrunaColline Savonesi Rosso IGT Bansigu
Grenache from Liguria, Italy
Bansìgu means see-saw and the children’s drawing on the label is indicative. A field blend of local varieties, including 70% Granaccia. The balance is Rossese, Barbera, and Cinsault with tiny amounts of other local varieties. From south facing vineyards, near the Mediterranean, in Ortovero. The...

DB5221-18
BrunaColline Savonesi Rosso IGT Pulin
Grenache from Liguria, Italy
EXTREMELY LIMITED. This wine features the local Granaccia (70%), along with Syrah (20%) and Barbera (10%) from vines planted between 1999 and 2000. This undergoes maceration on the lees at 27°C for nine day,s with three daily pump-overs in steel tanks. Alcoholic fermentation is completed in the...

DB5223-16
BrunaPigato Le Russeghine Riviera Ligure di Ponente
Pigato from Liguria, Italy
A 0.8ha vineyard consisting of iron-rich, rocky red clay soil planted to vines between 25 and 50 years old. This vineyard has been in the family since the 18th century. The “Le Russeghine” vineyard is located in the hills above the village of Ranzo Borgo to 230 meters above sea level, with a south-...

DB5222-18
BrunaPigato Maje Riviera Ligure di Ponente DOC
Pigato from Liguria, Italy
“Maje,” in the Ligurian dialect, refers to the stone terraces in the area. Sourced from young vines (less than 50 years old) planted in limestone-rich soils mixed with white & blue clay, dense with fossils. The bulk of the grapes come mainly from the hill of Garaxin, above the village of Pogli...

DB5220-18
BrunaPigato U Baccan Riviera Ligure di Ponente DOC
Pigato from Liguria, Italy
LIMITED! This is a severe selection of 50-70+ year old Pigato vines mainly from the red clay "Le Russghine," vineyard as well as a small selection from the blue clay "Garaxin" vineyard with soil rich in and fossil material. Yield per plant is very low. The grapes are destemmed and macerated on the...

DB5224-17
BrunaRossese DOC Riviera Ligure di Ponente
Rossese from Liguria, Italy
LIMITED!   100% Rossese, vineyards in the village of Ortovero, principally in the ‘Canei’ zone. Poor, sandy alluvial soil. Vinification & elevage: Maceration on the skins for four days. Alcoholic and malolactic fermentations as well as aging occur in stainless steel tanks. Released in the...
Organic
DB7342-18