A full-bodied red wine that ages for about 18 months in oak barrels.
A fine and refined interpretation of a native grape variety that has made, and is making, Piedmont history.
Its color is a bright and brilliant ruby red.
The nose expresses a bouquet of scents containing violet, apple and red fruit, and is complemented by hints of underbrush and clove.
In the mouth it is fresh and charming, with great elegance and tannin present but delicate. A wine that could be referred to as “downgraded Barolo.”