Grignolino is a relatively rare grape from the Monferrato region near Asti.
The name comes from the local word grignole, which means many
seeds/pips. It is the abundance of pips that give the wine its tannic structure,
however it is typcially a light coloured wine with red
fruits, roses and refreshing acidity. Gaudio's Grignolino sees just a few hours
of skin contact, making the wine more like a big rosato. It's perfect in any
weather and can take a chill in the summer