The Langhe Rosso can be produced in purity or in assembly of the vines grown in the production area.
In this case the three autochthonous red vines of the Langhe and Roero territory were used: Barbera (for the most part), Dolcetto and a touch of Nebbiolo.
The result is a wine that easily combines with everyday meals, with a good structure also due to the tannins coming from Nebbiolo.
Vine: 80% Barbera, 15% Dolcetto, 5% Nebbiolo
Colour: brilliant ruby that tends to become garnet with age
Bouquet: persistent and intense with hints of vanilla, sweet spices, licorice and blueberry and blackberry aromas
Flavour: full-bodied and enveloping, its slightly acid flavour does not upset the balance. Dry, warm, persistent and of great structure
Serving temperature: 16° C.
Serving suggestions: a wine that can be served throughout the meal, very good with first course, grilled or baked red meat, and soft, medium-to-very mature cheese
Best drunk: up to five years after vintage year.
Vinification: traditional and aging in wooden barrels.
Vineyard & Vintage Features
Langhe DOC Rosso 2018
Alcohol vol. (%): 14 %
Sugar rate: 5,6 g/l
Total Acidity: 5,6 g/l
Total SO2: < 100 mg/l