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Elio Perrone Bigaro 2017

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Moscato & Brachetto; "'Bigaro' in Piemontese defines a color that is actually a mix of colors. This is because the Bigaro is produced with two different grapes, one white (Muscat) and a black (Brachetto). Puddings, cakes, cookies, berry pies and sherbets.

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Snooth User: melcallen
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4.50 5
Vintage: 2008 05/29/2009

this will change your mind about rose! beautiful, creamy and a touch of sweetness on the nose.


Snooth User: leomare
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Vintage: 2008 04/25/2011

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Snooth User: 19thSon
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Vintage: 2008 10/11/2009

Four glasses


External Reviews for Elio Perrone Bigaro

External Review
Source: Wine Gems @ Perriello's
Vintage: 2016 03/23/2017

Piedmont, Italy Appellation: IGT PiedmontWine type: Sweet / FortifiedVarietals: Red BlendVarietal Notes: Moscato & BrachettoVineyard: Sourced from vineyards in Agliano Terme and Nizza MonferratoOrientation: North.Soil: Clay and limestone.Viticulture: Hand-harvested in the third week of September.Vinification: Macerated with the skins for two to three days to extract a bit of color.Aging: Stainless steel.Notes: "'Bigaro' in Piemontese defines a color that is actually a mix of colors. This is because the Bigaro is produced with two different grapes, one white (Muscat) and a black (Brachetto)." Stefano Perrone


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Source: Wine Gems @ Perriello's
Vintage: 2012 07/27/2014

Piedmont, Italy Moscato & Brachetto RP 92


External Review
Vintage: 2008 10/07/2009

What's this you ask? A lightly sparkling, lightly sweet rosato wine from Piedmont made from the red Brachetto grape and the ever-aromatic white Moscato grape. Not only is this pretty to gaze at, it also has remarkable raspberry and lychee aromas.



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Moscato & Brachetto; "'Bigaro' in Piemontese defines a color that is actually a mix of colors. This is because the Bigaro is produced with two different grapes, one white (Muscat) and a black (Brachetto). Puddings, cakes, cookies, berry pies and sherbets.

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