ruby red tending to garnet.
In the Roero hills, Nebbiolo is the tradition, culture and pride of the farmers.
Grown in these sandy soil, this vine finds in the Roero Docg wine (D.O.C. since 1985 and DOCG since 2005), its best representation.
The Roero DOCG, core wine of the company, stands out for its pleasant fruity aromas, great complexity and elegance.
|AREA OF PRODUCTION||
5000 vines per hectare
|PER HECTARE YIELD||
manually between the end of September and the first week of October.
long maceration, traditional floating cap in stainless steel, with frequent pumping over and one delestage.
|AGING AND REFINEMENT||
Refinement of 12 months in 10 hl wooden barrels, only partially toasted oak. Plus 6 months in bottle before release.
fruity, reminiscent of raspberry, peach and cherry, while the background stands a hint of purple.
is warm, textured and enveloping, with a fine but firm tannins. Ample aftertaste, reminiscent of the undergrowth.
interesting for its innate versatility and suitable for both local and international kitchen.