Langhe Rosso DOC
Grape Variety: Barbera and Nebbiolo
Vineyard: S.Michele, Trinità and Renesio
Type of soil: calcareous and sandy
Harvest time: September/October
Vinification: separate fermentation for each grape variety 4/6 weeks.
Aging 16-18 months in medium toast French oak barrels.
The two wines are blended and bottled and age in bottle for an additional 6
Color: ruby red with orange tints
Perfume: of dark fruits and strawberry preserves when young, with the aging shows an elegant and persistent bouquet with well balanced tannins.
Flavor profile: the palate has a solid acidity and ripe dark fruit, completed by Nebbiolo length and elegance.
Alcohol: 14 -14,5%
Pairing: grilled red meat, pasta with elaborate sauces and strong cheeses.
S.Michele, Trinità and Renesio
When deciding on the design of our wine labels, we wanted to stay close to Roero tradition, using symbols found on tarot cards combined with the wheel, an important local symbol, that is similar to the Conti Roero family coat of arms. The symbol of our Roero DOC wine label (an angel and a dragon bound to a wheel) also welcomes our visitors at the front gate of the winery.