Grumello, from the Latin Grumus, which means “hill”, is located in the municipalities of Sondrio and Montagna in Valtellina.

It covers an area of just under 100 hectares and has its centre of gravity in Castel Grumello.
The particular vertical-incline of this area means that the vineyards can already be found at an altitude of 350 m a.s.l. up to 650 m a.s.l. in the highest part called
Dossi Salati.
It is widely believed that the wines of this area are
particularly fresh and fruity.
Our vineyards are located in the area called Dossi Salati.

Grumello Riserva

Valtellina Superiore Docg

First year of production 2007
Nebbiolo (Chiavennasca)
Municipality of Sondrio, area called “Dossi Salati”
South, 550 m a.s.l.
60 q.li/ha
In small new oak barrels for about 18 months. Assemblage in steel tanks before bottling and left to rest for 2 months. Bottle aging in a dark and cool cellar for at least 2 years before being placed on the market.
Wine produced only in the best vintages. Intense ruby red colour. Notes of black cherry on the nose with aromas of violets and liquorice. In the mouth it is full-bodied, juicy, with a savoury and persistent finish. Wine with great structure and elegance suitable for long aging.
Red meat, game and baked preparations with elaborate sauces.
16 - 18 ° C in large glasses that enhance its aromatic profile.
0,75 L
1,5 L

Grumello

Valtellina Superiore Docg

First production vintage 1925
Nebbiolo (Chiavennasca)
Municipalities of Sondrio and Montagna in Valtellina
South, 350 - 600 m a.s.l.
70 q.li/ha
In 25 and 56 hl oak barrels for about 20 months. Assemblage in steel tanks before bottling and left to rest for 2 months. Bottle aging in a dark and cool cellar for 6 months before being placed on the market.
Ruby red colour. Delicate, ethereal bouquet, with hints of hazelnut and small red fruits. In the mouth it is fresh and harmonious, with a good structure. Excellent drinkable wine.
White and red meat, baked vegetables.
16 - 18 ° C in large glasses that enhance its aromatic profile.
0,75 L
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