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Primosic Collio Pinot Grigio 2018 750ml

Primosic Collio Pinot Grigio Hailing from Collio, the famous Italian white region of northern Italy, Primosic has been producing mostly white wines since the late 1960s. Primosic himself was one of... the founders of the Collio DOC in 1967 and he, like Gravner and Radikon, has been one of the pioneers in making incredible wines from this region become a worldly affair. Their Pinot Grigio has a bright minerality thanks to the calcareous and sandy soils of the vineryards and a fresh, clean finish you want in a house-styled white in the price point. You’ll love this!
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Miani Filip Friulano Colli Orientali del Friuli 2011 750ml


About Miani

Miani’s Enzo Pontoni stands head and shoulders above most of his winemaking peers — both literally and figuratively. The nearly seven-foot tall Pontoni towers... in the vineyard, but he knows his vines on a first-name basis, and as a result, he crafts some of the most hard-to-get wines in Italy’s Colli Orientali del Friuli. Enzo thinks each individual vine possesses its own microclimate, and he tends to his individual plants with individualized care, something that includes possibly the most assertive green harvests in all of Italy. Where other winemakers would leave several bunches of grapes on a vine, Enzo leaves one, maybe two. Where other winemakers would garner a few thousand bottles of wine from a plot, Enzo will get a few hundred. Famously reclusive and shy, Enzo owns only nine acres of vineyards but rents another 22, and he produces fewer than 800 cases a year, and that’s 800 total cases, spread across his various bottlings. Enzo works with a number of different varieties, from Chardonnay to Ribolla Gialla to Tocai Friulano to Sauvignon Blanc, but he also makes some evocative reds, including his Calvari — all of which inspire collectors to snap them up upon release. No matter the Miani wine, they’re extraordinarily rare, explosive, cult-inspiring, and delicious.
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