RIPE FOREST FRUIT, RICH SPICE, FLORAL & BRIGHT If you’ve never heard of the Cianorôs grape, it’s because it nearly went extinct before Emilio Bulfon saved it from the brink. Intense aromas, brambly wild berries, pomegranate, wild herbs, a vein of elegant earthiness, a touch of rose petal – it’s as summery as it gets without being rosé. “Cianorôs" comes from the local dialect and means to drink right from the bottle. Go ahead, try it – we won’t judge. We may have even done it ourselves. Serving Suggestions: Wood-roasted zucchini, eggplant, mushrooms & tomatoes w/ brown rice. Buttermilk biscuits w/ slices of smoked ham & whole grain mustard.