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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

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Colour : Intense ruby red.


Nose : Very intense nose with floral notes, fruit, such as nectarine, and liquorice.


Palate : Full-bodied attack, with not too much acidity and a nice tannic structure. Fine, balanced and pleasant.


Classification alfavin.ch : Full red : This wine has great structure, round tannins and a lingering flavour. Moreover, it is warm, full and rich.


Alcool : 14.0%


Vinification : Aged for 24 months in oak barrels.


Meals : White meat, Chinese fondue and cheese


Aging potential : 10 years

Langhe Nebbiolo 2013

  • Country : Italy
  • Region : Piedmont
  • Producer : Cascina del Monastero
  • Appelation : Langhe Nebbiolo DOC
  • Classification alfavin : Red full
  • Grape : Nebbiolo
  • Content : 75 cl
  • Type : Red
  • Organic wines : In conversion

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Piedmont

Piedmont

Bordered by the Alps in the north and the Apennines in the south, Piedmont is named after the mountainous massifs that surround the region. Piedmont literally means "at the foot of the mountains". Despite the fact that it ranks only as ...

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Cascina del Monastero

In 1926, Alessio Grasso, a winemaker in Treiso, bought this old property located in the small village of "Annunziata di La Morra" a few kilometres from Alba. In the 18th century, the Cascina del Monastero was a monastery of Benedictine ...

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