DOC Albarossa of Piedmont: a selection created by the intersection of Barbera and Nebbiolo.
The grapes are harvested in mid-October with manual harvest in boxes and have a yield to 5000-6000 kg, variable depending on the year with selective thinning. The wine is made in stainless steel, with a duration of two to three weeks with pumping over and delestage. Next maintenance on the lees for six months, and then aged in wood for one year in oak barrels with variable assembly of new barrels and used
At the sight it has an intense ruby red color and the nose is full, the net of black cherry aroma, following a succession of plum, fruit compote and slight vanilla.
It has an elegant taste, full bodied, with a balance of components tannic acid, persistent.
It has an alcohol content of 14.5 degrees and should be served at a temperature of 18-20 degrees.