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Region: McLaren Vale, SA
Notes: Graciano is a Spanish varietal grown primarily in the Rioja
region. Lighter in body with distinct savoury and white pepper
characters filled out with bright red fruits. Light tannins make this
wine ready to drink young, although cellaring potential is in the
Region: Veneto, Italy
Notes: Più’ means ‘more’ in Italian and there’s more than just flavour
and crunchy freshness in this typical blend from the Colli Berici.
The vineyards are from a line of gently rolling volcanic hills in Italy’s
north-east. The iron-rich clay soil over a limestone base is perfect
bed for Carmenere, introduced to the region in the 19th century.