Gobbo is the most important product of the range presented by the Winery Peri Bigogno and has being the first wine sold in bottle in 1972 by the family.
Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon (40% each) – Bordeaux red style – with a 20% of a local native grape: Marzemino.
Colour: clear, dark ruby red with pomegranate reflections, sign of its long aging in oak barrels.
Perfume: pleasant, delicate, persistent, with complex aromas of vanilla, cooked cherry, dry prune, walnut husk and sweet spices.View more information
Taste: warm, full and smooth, persistent with a certain taste of chocolate, dry, warm, rather smooth. The delicate taste of wood and sweet spices prevail over the specific herbaceous aroma of the Merlot grape. Definitely harmonious wine, full of body, very pleasant.
Aging Potential: 15 years
Aging: min 24 months in large French oak barrels
Appellation: Montenetto di Brescia IGP Rosso
Bottle size: 0.75
Grape: Cabernet S. 40%, Marzemino 20%, Merlot 40%
Pairing: Red meats, grilled meats and roast meats, game, tasty cheese, not too spicy.
Production: 5,000 bottles
Serve: 18 °C
Type of wine: Red
Cantina Peri Bigogno born in 1946 on the moraine hills of Castenedolo, a small town near Garda Lake. Andrea, third generation, is focusing to refine their sparking wine Talento (refermentation in the bottle, the method called in France “Method Champenoise”) and celebrate a local grape (Marzemino) in its red and rose versions.Find out more
The family behind the winery
Graziella and Adriano Peri bought the palace, with the historical cellar and vineyards, in 1946.
Their son Mario, alongside his wife Maria, started feeling a strong passion for managing the winery and in 1972 decided to bottling the best selection of their wines, creating some labels that are still produced now by the Peri family.
From 2008 the 3d generation, Andrea and his wife Francesca.