San Guglielmo D.O.C.
Grape Variety: 70% Barbera, 25% Nebbiolo
e 5% Bonarda Piemontese
Vineyard: San Guglielmo and San Michele
Type of soil: Calcareous clay
Period of Harvest: October
Vinification: Fermentation in stainless steel tanks
Aging: in French oak for 18-24 months and 12
months in bottle
Color: dense ruby red
Perfume: blackberry, prunes and tobacco
Flavor profile: powerful but velvety with blackberry, vanilla
Pairing: lamb, cooked and roasted meats, game
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.