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Marjan Simčič Pinot Grigio 2013

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Marjan Simčič represents the fifth generation of winemakers in the small village of Ceglo in the region of Goriška Brda. Half of his vineyards are situated in Italy, the other half in Slovenia where the nearby Trnovo forest helps to shield the vines against any cold weather. The Simcic philosophy revolves around the latin phrase “in vino veritas” - there is truth in wine. They believe their wine tells the story of the region and heritage. It is based on natural viticulture, coupling modern and traditional vinification techniques. The wines are bottled without cleaning or filtration and no chemical fertilisers or pesticides are used in the vineyards. The colour indicates the method of production, which in the right way highlights the intensity and complexity of the aroma (nice flower aromas developing in fruity and spicy notes), full body (the soft, mature and fruity initial taste is substituted by the note of apricots and melons), alcoholic richness with balanced acids, and variety characteristics (at the end, slightly bitter). Excellent with sea food dishes, and not too spicy Asian, Thailand and modern Japanese cuisine.

Region: Slovenia

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  • 2013

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Winery: Marjan Simcic
Color: White
Varietal: Pinot Grigio
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Marjan Simčič represents the fifth generation of winemakers in the small village of Ceglo in the region of Goriška Brda. Half of his vineyards are situated in Italy, the other half in Slovenia where the nearby Trnovo forest helps to shield the vines against any cold weather. The Simcic philosophy revolves around the latin phrase “in vino veritas” - there is truth in wine. They believe their wine tells the story of the region and heritage. It is based on natural viticulture, coupling modern and traditional vinification techniques. The wines are bottled without cleaning or filtration and no chemical fertilisers or pesticides are used in the vineyards. The colour indicates the method of production, which in the right way highlights the intensity and complexity of the aroma (nice flower aromas developing in fruity and spicy notes), full body (the soft, mature and fruity initial taste is substituted by the note of apricots and melons), alcoholic richness with balanced acids, and variety characteristics (at the end, slightly bitter). Excellent with sea food dishes, and not too spicy Asian, Thailand and modern Japanese cuisine.

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