Langhe DOC Nebbiolo

Wine Denomination: Langhe DOC Nebbiolo.

Area of production: Neive (CN), Piemonte.

Type of soil: calcareous clay with blue marl.

Solar exposure: West.

Altitude: 300-320 m.

Grape variety: 100% Nebbiolo estate produced.

Vineyard age: 10 years.

Yield: 80 q/ha.

Number of bottles: 1200.

Alcohol content: 13.5% in volume.

Winemaking: traditional, with long maceration of the skins (2-3 weeks).

Ageing: 9 months in barriques and 2-3 months in the bottle.

Color: ruby red with thin purple reflexes that will became orange with the ageing.

Nose: neat ample with scents of violet, rose, cinnamon, and raspberry.

Taste: full, harmonious, slightly dry with a “chewy” finish.

Best with: red meat dishes, cold cuts and poultry.

Service temperature: 18-20°C.

Dolcetto d’Alba DOC

Wine Denomination: Dolcetto d’Alba DOC.

Area of production: Neive (CN), Piemonte.

Type of soil: calcareous clay with blue marl.

Solar exposure: West.

Altitude: 300-320 m.

Grape variety: 100% Dolcetto estate produced.

Vineyard age: 40 years.

Yield: 90 q/ha.

Number of bottles: 2700.

Alcohol content: 12.5% in volume.

Winemaking: traditional, with a short and intense maceration of the skins (1 week).

Ageing: some months of maturation in steel tanks and in the bottle.

Color: deep red with purple tones.

Nose: intense, persistent, with notes of violet and fresh fruits.

Taste: dry, fruity, with a slightly bitter yet pleasantly finish

Best with: starters, pasta dishes, poultry, bagna caoda.

Service temperature: 18-20°C.

Barbaresco DOCG “San Cristoforo” Riserva

Wine Denomination: Barbaresco DOCG “San Cristoforo” Riserva.

Area of production: Neive (CN), Piemonte.

Cru: San Cristoforo.

Type of soil: calcareous clay with blue marl.

Solar exposure: South-West.

Altitude: 300-320 m.

Grape variety: 100% Nebbiolo estate produced.

Vineyard age: 20 years.

Yield: 70 q/ha.

Number of bottles: 1500-1800.

Alcohol content: 14,5% in volume.

Winemaking: traditional, with long maceration of the skins (2-3 weeks).

Ageing: 3 years and a half of ageing in oak casks, part in barriques and part in barrel, followed by a minimum ageing of six months in the bottle before the release.

Color: intense ruby with orange reflexes.

Nose: neat, ample, with notes of sweet tobacco, cocoa, liquorice, vanilla and violet.

Taste: full, harmonious with a pleasant dry finish.

Best with: pasta with truffles, red meats, wild game, seasoned cheeses. Here is an idea: try with dark choccolate!

Service temperature: 18-20°C.

Barbaresco DOCG “San Cristoforo”

Wine Denomination: Barbaresco DOCG.

Area of production: Neive (CN), Piemonte.

Cru: San Cristoforo.

Type of soil: calcareous clay with blue marl.

Solar exposure: South-West.

Altitude: 300-320 m.

Grape variety: 100% Nebbiolo estate produced.

Vineyard age: 20 years.

Yield: 70 q/ha.

Number of bottles: 2100-3000.

Alcohol content: 14% in volume.

Winemaking: traditional, with long maceration of the skins (2-3 weeks).

Ageing: at least 2 years and a half of ageing in oak casks, the first in barriques and then in barrel, followed by a minimum ageing of six months in the bottle before the release.

Color: ruby red with soft orange reflexes.

Nose: ample, fine and spicy, with balsamic notes, licorice, vanilla and violet.

Taste: full, harmonious with a slightly dry finish.

Best with: pasta with truffles, red meats, wild game, cheeses.

Service temperature: 18-20°C.

Barbaresco DOCG

Wine Denomination: Barbaresco DOCG.

Area of production: Neive (CN), Piemonte.

Type of soil: calcareous clay with blue marl.

Solar exposure: West.

Altitude: 300-320 m.

Grape variety: 100% Nebbiolo estate produced.

Vineyard age: 20 years.

Yield: 70 q/ha.

Number of bottles: 1200.

Alcohol content: 13,5% in volume.

Winemaking: traditional, with long maceration of the skins (2-3 weeks).

Ageing: 18 months in oak casks and at least 6 months in the bottle.

Color: ruby with orange reflexes.

Nose: ample, fine and spicy, with notes of tobacco, licorice, red flowers and violet.

Taste: full, harmonious with a slightly dry dry finish.

Best with: pasta with truffles, red meats, wild game, cheeses.

Service temperature: 18-20°C

Moscato d’Asti DOCG

Wine Denomination: Moscato d’Asti DOCG.

Area of production: Castagnole delle Lanze (AT), Piemonte.

Type of soil: calcareous marl.

Solar exposure: South-Est.

Altitude: 280 m.

Grape variety: 100% Moscato.

Vineyard age: 25 years.

Yield: 90 q/ha.

Number of bottles: 1000.

Alcoholic Strenght: 5 % by volume.

Winemaking: pressing of the grapes with immediate separation of the skins and cold (16oC) fermentation, in order to preserve all the aromas.

Colour: straw yellow with tinges of gold.

Nose: orange blossom, honeysuckle, almonds, ginger and fruit dominated by green grapes, citrus tones and ripe peach nuances.

Taste: from pear and apple to orange and lime with consistent appearances in the ripe, juicy peach and apricot category.

Best with: fruit-based desserts, ice creams, Christmas desserts and ideal to prepare cocktails.

Service: temperature 8-10°C.