Garnet-red colour tinged with orange shades, intensifying as time goes by; delicate, ethereal, intense, full and lingering nose; the palate is warm, full, complex, dry and harmonious. Austere thanks to the presence of complex, ripe tannins
Nebbiolo d’Alba D.O.C.G.
This Nebbiolo is grown on the sunny and steep vineyards of the Roero region – in between the left bank of the Tanaro river and some areas in the nearby Langhe region – where full-bodied and fruity wines are produced.
|MUNICIPALITIES OF PRODUCTION||
Different areas to be found in the Roero region
Deep, compact bluish-grey calcareous marl
|TYPE OF PLANTING||
Espalier with traditional Guyot pruning
|AGE OF VINEYARD||
|YIELD PER HECTAR||
Destalking, follows the vinification with fermentation in stainless steel tanks at a controlled temperature of 28°C. Natural malolactic fermentation in temperature-controlled stainless steel tanks at 20°C
9 months in big Slavonian oak barrels
2-4 weeks in stainless steel tanks and minimum 3 months in the bottle
13.5% Vol (depending on the vintage)
Rice, minestrone, pasta and braised meat or game, ripened cheeses