"Melogna", dialect for badger, is a new wine for Monte di Grazia. It’s a field blend that harkens back to old-school farmer wines. 60% Piedirosso, 30% Tintore di Tramonti, 4% Moscio, 3% Olivella, and 3% Sciascinoso from a 0.3ha pergola at 600m, planted 30 years ago. Harvest was on October 10, 2017 at yields of 30hl/ha. Spontanoeus fermentation in stainless steel with 6 days of skin contact. Aged 6 months in stainless and 3 months in bottle before release.