Class and spontaneous vivacity are the distinguishing characteristics of a Nebbiolo d'Alba. An ancient wine from the Roero District (sandy hills situated above the left banks of the Tanaro River) it was already a regular fixture at the Royal Savoia Cellars in the early 17th Century.
A slightly faded ruby red. Fine, delicate and persistent bouquet with characteristic trace scents of strawberry and raspberry. Pleasantly bitter, velvety, at once elegant and full. Enjoy with red meats, grilled or on the spit, stewed dishes in white or brown sauces; local cheeses, such as Robiola, Caprini, Mascarpone and Fontina. (from the vintner)