Elisabetta’s first wine and also the one that made her famous. First released in 1986, Granato has evolved stylistically over the years: it used to be much more marked by extraction and oak. Elisabetta’s personal evolution, along with the arrival of her son Emilio at the cantina (he currently makes all the wines) have led to a much softer touch. However, it still remains the Foradori’s most structured, age-worthy wine.
From three very old pergola-trained vines planted on alluvial soil. These are the only vines still trained in Pergola on the entire estate. The rest were converted to guyot.