Langhe Nebbiolo 2010

  Score: 88  This Nebbiolo has aromas of raspberry with hints of spice and coffee. The palate delivers ripe black cherry flavors with white pepper and clove notes. This will pair well with mushroom risotto. Alcohol 14%Bottle Size 750 mlCategory RedImporter Marathon SelectionsDate Published 12/1/2013

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Vino rosato

 Growing location At an elevation of 400 m above sea level. VinificationAfter fermenting for 12 hours, the wine is separated from the skins before being stored in steel until it is bottled the following March. Tasting profileFull-bodied, fruity and spicy rosé which can be cellared for many years. Food pairingsPerfect as an aperitif, good with lighter dishes

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Vino Rosso 

Originfrom our vineyards facing south-west, at an altitude of 450 m above sea level, located on white, calcareous-clayey soils VinificationAt the end of October the two berries are harvested together so that they ferment together. A particular blend that makes it a long-lived and full-bodied wine. Refines for 18 months in large Slavonian oak barrels.

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Langhe Favorita D.O.C.

Growing location A slightly spritzy Piedmontese dry white wine grown at an elevation of 400 m on infertile marly, calcareous soil chosen to rein in the variety’s strong vegetative growth so the grapes ripen to perfection. VinificationThe harvest takes place between the end of September and the beginning of October. The wine ferments in steel at a

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Vino Rosso Renascentiae

OriginWinemaking WinemakingBased on our experience we created this mix of wines, giving it the name Renascentiae which in Latin means rebirth. A good omen to start again despite the difficulties of recent years. Characteristics A good mix of acidity and color together with the elegance of the tannins, combined with high body, form a red

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Vino Rosso

Particular originfrom our vineyards exposed to the South-West, at an altitude of 450 m above sea level, located on white, calcareous-clayey soils Harvest periodautumn season Winemakingin steel barrels of all the berries of our production, in excess Maturation/RefinementMinimum of three months in oak barrels Towards the marketthe wine is ready for the market in the

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Langhe Nebbiolo D.O.C.

Growing locationfrom our vineyards facing south-west at an altitude of 400 m above sea level, on marly, calcareous-clayey soil. VinificationThe harvest takes place between the end of September and the beginning of October. The wine ferments in steel at a low temperature (17/18°C) for around one month before being filtered and bottled after cold tartaric

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Barolo D.O.C.G.

Origin from our vineyards, exposed to the South-West at an altitude of 400 m above sea level, on marly, calcareous-clayey soil Grape harvest periodin the first 15 days of October Wine makingthe traditional red wine making starts with the soft pressing of the grapes putting to one side the grape stalks; the maceration continues for

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Barbera d’Alba Superiore D.O.C.

Originfrom our vineyards facing south-west, at an altitude of 450 m above sea level, located on white, calcareous-clayey soils. Grape harvest periodbetween the end of September and the beginning of October Wine makingthe wine making starts with a light pressing of the grapes putting to one side the grape stalks; then occurs the maceration which

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