When this wine was first made in 2010, it attained a cult-like status amongst wine lovers. After a long wait, we are thrilled to have received a little of the second iteration of Gambrinus. This is Aleatico from the old vineyards that usually go into their Alea Jacta Est, that in this vintage never reached full maturity. The whole bunches were left to infuse for three months, before being pressed off to old casks for three years of élevage. Much like its predecessor, the result is an ethereal, fragile and hauntingly beautiful wine that pairs delicate notes of sour berries, minerals and rose to gorgeous effect.