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Vinea Marson PREMIUM PACK

$64.00

2014 Grazia
An age worthy blend of 40% Pinot bianco, 27% Friulano, 30% Malvasia d’Istria and 3% Picolit named in memory of Mario’s mother Grace.
2013 Sangiovese
The reason for Mario Marson’s move to Heathcote – this gold medal winning Sangiovese is a food friendly wine perfect for the Italian family table.
Free shipping with 10km Melbourne radius. Local pick-up from Thornbury available.
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ABOUT THE WINES 
2014 Grazia
Inspired by Friuli’s multiblend dry white wines, Mario embraces innovative winemaking techniques including skin contact and fermentation in a range of vessels, to craft this elegant, textural wine. Golden in colour with green tinges, the Grazia exhibits a complex nose of green peas and orange blossom with a hint of struck match and rich honey notes. With flavours of white peach, citrus pith, grapefruit and a lick of vanilla on the palate, this medium-bodied wine concludes with an amaro finish, and a hint of sweetness from 9 months spent in old French oak barriques.
2013 Sangiovese 
95 Points Halliday Wine Companion
Vinea Marson has a highly regarded reputation for Sangiovese – as recognised by James Halliday who described the 2013 vintage:  ‘The bouquet is full of an Arabian bazaar of exotic warm spices over a compote of cherry and plum; the savoury side of sangiovese takes control of the palate – a tale of two cities, but a compelling one.’
For more about Vinea Marson including our Cellar Door, please visit our website – www.vineamarson.com
ABOUT VINEA MARSON
The Marson family continues a winemaking tradition of some four generations in Friuli, north-eastern Italy and Australia at its Heathcote vineyard, Vinea Marson. Inspired by vintages in Piedmont and Tuscany, winemaker Mario Marson’s passion for Nebbiolo and Sangiovese saw him establish Vinea Marson on the rich Cambrian soil of the Mount Camel Range at Heathcote in 2000. After formative years in the Yarra Valley predominantly at Mount Mary, the Estate’s Sotto and Sopra vineyards on the eastern slope proved the perfect place to grow these Italian varieties as well as Barbera & Refosco del Peduncolo Rosso, with multiclonal plantings producing wines of depth and complexity.
Mario’s desire to craft beautiful old-world wines in the new world saw him expand the range in 2011, with the Heritage range paying homage to the Marson family’s history in Friuli, north-eastern Italy. Sourcing these unique indigenous Italian varieties from the Alpine Valleys, the Heritage range includes a delicious Prosecco, a dry, multi-blend white, the Grazia, an orange wine, the Friulano #7 and the Picolit – a dessert wine made from this unusual and largely unknown variety.   
In 2020 Mario celebrated his fortieth vintage in the industry, we invite you to join us in the celebrations at the Cellar Door following the latest lockdown.