Langhe Nebbiolo is a wine made from the same grapes used to obtain Barolo and the vineyard is also the same.
However, it goes through a different wine-making process.
It is certainly a lighter wine than Barolo but just as delicate, elegant and suitable for aging.
Work in the Nebbiolo vineyards starts in the winter with the pruning of the vines and goes on with allegation, cleaning and cutting of the branches and ending with harvesting during the month of October.
Ageing comes about stainless steel tank for about 2/3 months, followed by bottling and a wait of at least 6 months in tilted bottles.
Colour: red, not so intense.
Fragrance: delicate and fruity.
Taste: dry although dense, recalling fruits such as raspberries. Aging it becomes velvety and soft.
Temperature: 18 – 19°C.
Gastronomic combinings: fondues, risottos and meat dishes.
Product Name: Nebbiolo Langhe DOC
Appellation: Nebbiolo Langhe
Country/Region: Piedmont – Italy
Alcool percentage: 14.10 % vol.
Sugar rate: 0.29 g/l
Number of bottles produced: 11,500 bottles
Method: the wine-making goes through a light pressing and separating; fermentation at a maximum temperature of 25-28°C. for 10-12 days and 2-3 remountings a day to leach the dregs. Nebbiolo is a wine obtained with a lightly extracted fermentation
Temperature: 25-27 °C
Lenght: 10/12 days
Aging: 7 or 8 months in steel
Minimum aging in bottle: 6 months
% of Grape / Cépage: nebbiolo 100%
Agricultural method: agriculture susteinable
Year of plantation: 1980
Date of harvest: October 2021
Type of harvest: by hand
Dry extract: 25.80 g/l
Total acidity: 5.47 g/l (tartaric acid equivalent)
Volatile acidity: 0.44 g/l (acetic acid equivalent)
Total SO2: 39 mg/l
Free SO2: –
Empty bottle weight: 450 g
Date of bottling: 28 April 2022
Aging potential: 6 or 7 years
Cork size: 24 x 44 mm
Cork material: natural cork
Bottle type: Bordolese