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Librandi Gravello 2017

Librandi Gravello

2017
Val di Neto (Italy)

Wine that was born in the late 80s from a blend of Gaglioppo and Cabernet Sauvignon. Immediately the...

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£22.80

/ 0.75 L btl

Librandi Gravello 2017

Producer

Alcohol content i

14.0%

Bottle size and vintage

0.75 L - 2017

Review

Wine that was born in the late 80s from a blend of Gaglioppo and Cabernet Sauvignon. Immediately the flagship wine of the company and emblem of Calabria which began in those years to open up to the international market. The invented name evokes complexity and seriousness on the one hand; lightness and immediacy on the other: the connection between two poles that best represents the Librandi philosophy.

Recommendations

  • Optimum serving temperature:Between 16ºC and 18ºC

Customer reviews

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by: Laurie B (22/03/2019) - Vintage 2015

Outstanding

This is an outstanding red wine for the price. The Cabernet Sauvignon adds depth but does not overwhelm the Gaglioppo, so the balance is excellent. Medium bodied, toffee and zesty flavours are on the palate and there is a lovely long lingering finish.

by: Marco (07/10/2020) - Vintage 2015

One of the best wines in Calabria!

A great wine indeed. From the sounthernmost region of Italy a true gem, amazing with basically any type of food. Librandi is a winemaker you can trust and the quality here is really high. Once the bottle is on the table you know you'll need another one soon!

Librandi

Librandi

"A man which time has not the power to damage", Nicodemo Librandi was, and is, the leader of a rebirth that is allowing a whole district to seriously be a player in the Italian wine scene. The wines, which are unbeatable value for money, have had the same extraordinary cleanness and depth about them for sixty years. Taken from the name of a Roman centurion who lived in Calabria in the 2nd century A.D. and who first left written traces of local viticulture, Magno Megonio comes...

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