Fio Glou Glou Orange Wine - Grain & Vine | Natural Wines, Rare Bourbon and Tequila Collection

Fio Glou Glou Orange Wine

$ 25

Discover the vibrant character of the 2022 Fio Glou Glou Orange Wine, a remarkable blend crafted in the beautiful region of Mosel, Germany. This wine is a harmonious blend of Pinot Blanc and Müller-Thurgau varietals, embodying the rich winemaking tradition upheld by the collaborative venture of the Kettern and Niepoort families known as Fio. With a commitment to organic farming practices, every bottle reflects the essence of its terroir, delivered through meticulous crafting and an eye for quality. The spontaneous fermentation process, carried out in a mix of stainless steel and traditional fuder and doppelfuder barrels, lends a unique character to this wine, making it a must-have for connoisseurs seeking a taste of German excellence.


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Nose: The nose is greeted with a lively burst of citrus notes, intertwined with the delicate aromas of white blossoms, reflecting the refreshing and organic essence of the wine.

Palate: On the palate, the Fio Glou Glou Orange Wine unveils a balanced blend of acidity and fruitiness. The dominant flavors of fresh citrus meld seamlessly with subtle hints of earthiness, portraying a vibrant and medium-bodied texture that dances gracefully on the palate.

Finish: The finish is clean, bright, and enduring, leaving a delightful trail of citrus notes and a touch of minerality that invites you to take another sip.

Unveil the full potential of the Fio Glou Glou Orange Wine by pairing it with a variety of dishes. Its bright acidity and refreshing citrus notes make it a perfect companion for seafood dishes like grilled shrimp or seared scallops. Alternatively, explore its compatibility with a light salad topped with a zesty vinaigrette, or a plate of creamy pasta to create a dining experience that tickles the palate. The versatility of this wine also makes it a delightful pair for a cheese platter, where its acidity can cut through the richness of soft cheeses like Brie or Camembert, creating a harmonious blend of flavors that celebrate the essence of fine dining.