The Slovenian region of Brda lies immediately to the east of Italy’s Collio region. The two denominations, in reality, comprise one contiguous quality wine zone whose terroir is rudely bisected by an international border. Today many winemakers and grapes cross the border in both directions in short journeys from vineyard to cellar. The Simcic family trace their wine making story in the region back to 1860. Their aim is to respect the historic traditions of the region in both viticulture and wine-making. The vineyards are farmed organically, yields are kept low and only natural yeasts are used. Marjan is one of the best young winemakers in Europe and has honed his knowledge of his land all his life and works to progress the quality of the wines tirelessly every year. The wines are divided into three distinct ranges. The Classic range is from the youngest vines (often up to 35 years old, however) and is made to provide wines for earlier release. Fermentation and aging takes place in stainless steel following 2 days of maceration, they then age for up to 8 months on the fine lees.
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Marjan Simcic Pinot Grigio Cru Selection 2019
The first vintage of the vineyard selection Pinot Grigio.
From a 42 year old vineyard in the Ronco di Zegla subone of Collio on the Italian side of the border. Spontaneous fermentation in contact with skins of berries (maceration) for 8 days in 2.500 Litre conical shaped oak barrels (tino). Softly pressed with pneumatic pressure.11 months on the lees in 2.500 litre conical shaped oak barrels.
275 cases made
- Reference #:
- 14 ABV
- Bottles per Case
- 6 bottles
- Pinot Grigio (Gris)
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All orders confirmed by us before 12 noon will be eligible for next day delivery. Exact delivery date is dependent on collation of your order and will be confirmed to you in a subsequent email from you order confirmation.
Deliveries are normally between 09.00 and 17.00 Tuesday to Friday and a signature is required on receipt of delivery. (We do not ship on a Friday for Monday delivery unless specfically requested to do so).
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