Renato Keber "Beli grici" 2017

Blend of Pinot blanc / Pinot gris / Ribolla Gialla
A still white wine from the Friuli region of Italy.


Full & elegant. Honey & acacia.

Tasting Notes

Beli Grici 2017 from Renato Keber winery has is straw yellow with greenish hues.

On the nose it opens with honey and flowers white, acacia and vanilla.

On the mouth it’s round, refreshing and spicy. With notes of vanilla, honey and white flowers coming back on the palate too.

The finish is medium and very pleasant.

89
Score 89

My score / points

Renato Keber "Beli grici" 2017
Beli grici (2017) Review
Estate making Beli grici Estate Renato Keber
Beli grici (2017) Label Beli grici
Style of Beli grici Style White & Still
Country of Renato Keber Country Italy
Region of Renato Keber Region Friuli
Grape blend of Beli grici Grapes Pinot blanc, Pinot gris, Ribolla Gialla
Vintage of Beli grici Vintage 2017
My review of Beli grici Points
89

How it's made

The different grapes are vinified separately.

Ribolla Gialla spends 40 days in contact with the skins.

   

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Pinot blanc

Varietal

Pinot blanc is a grape that is used to make white wine. Pinot noir has undergone a point genetic mutation. Pinot noir is genetically unstable, and a point mutation occurs when a vine produces only black fruit except for one cane that produces white fruit.

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Pinot gris

White wine grape

A white wine grape variety of the species Vitis vinifera, Pinot gris, pinot grigio, or Grauburgunder is a white wine grape variety of the species Vitis vinifera. It is thought to be a pinot noir mutant clone with a grayish-blue fruit, hence the name, but the grapes can range in color from brownish pink to black and even white. The grapes grow in small pine cone-shaped clusters, which may have given it the name pinot. This grape’s wines range in color from a deep golden yellow to copper and even a light shade of pink, and it’s one of the most common grapes for skin-contact wine.

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