The different varietals are all coming from vineyards out of La Morra.
Color : intense grenat
Nose : intense nose with great flower and fruit aroma, like cherry, blackberry and prune.
Mouth : generous first taste, nice concentration, well integrated tannins and the necessary acidity are giving this wine a superb balance.
Alcohol level : 14.5%
Winemaking : the different grape varietals are vinified and aged separately for months. They are blended all together at least one year before bottling. At the end the Langhe Rosso Sarset will have spent at least 18 months in oak barrels.
Food pairing : White meat, charcuterie, soups, chicken.
Aging potential : 10 Years
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 ...More infos
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