The name Nebbiolo comes from the Italian word Nebbia which means fog, simply because Nebbiolo is harvested relatively late, when the first fogs of autumn appear. This "little brother" of Barolo will surprise you with it’s balance, fruitiness and freshness. The grapes come from a vineyard of limestone terroir in the hamlet of Annuziata
Color : Ruby red.
Nose : Very intense nose with floral notes, fruit, such as nectarine, and liquorice.
Mouth : Full-bodied attack, with not too much acidity and a nice tannic structure. Fine, balanced and pleasant.
Alcohol level : 14.0%
Winemaking : Aged for 24 months in oak barrels.
Food pairing : White meat, Chinese fondue and cheese
Aging potential : 10 years
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