In a nutshell:
A fresh and nicely rounded white from Puglia in the southern heel of Italy.
Gravina is one of Italy's oldest white wines, having been made for over 2500 years, and Botromagno are the only current producers of it. Made from a blend of Greco and Malvasia, this white has a lovely straw-yellow colour in the glass while fragrant aromas of apple, peach, apricot and pineapple fruits follow onto a rounded palate which has a real freshness. To close, a few nutty notes join the fruits lingering at the pleasantly leisurely finish.
When to drink:
A wine that works well by itself, or drink with shellfish, or lightly spicy Asian cuisine.
Suitable for Vegans