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Dogliani is a neigbor to the great Piedmont vineyards of Barbaresco and Barolo, and produces the best red wines made from the indigenious Dolcetto variety. The 2013 Marziano Abbona Dolcetto di Dogliani ...
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Great structure, persistent and solid with a long finish. It is velvety and dry. Pair with Agnotti pasta with truffles, first course with rabbit sauce, aged tome cheese Excellent with game, red meats, truffle ...
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Terroir: Marziano Abbona Barbera d’Alba Rinaldi comes from plantings within the estate’s 4 acres vineyard in the commune of Monforte d’Alba. The south facing vineyard sits at an elevation of over 1300 feet ...
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One of the most prestigious and well-known wines of the Langhe, Barbaresco is made using nebbiolo grapes cultivated northeast of the city of Alba, adjacent to the Tanaro River. Powerful and never too forward, ...
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Terlo Ravera is dominated by juicy, ripe berry fruit, leather, earthiness and spice. The firm tannic structure is supported by great acidity. Powerful, extracted, with a long-lasting finish this wine from ...
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Aromas of fresh fruit that range from blackberry to cherry. On the palate, it is pleasant and tasty with a good acidity; it displays considerable youth. An everyday wine, easy to pair with food, the San ...
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Ravera is Novello’s most famous cru, and makes the best Barolos of the zone. The Ravera is particularly well balanced, with a magnificent body and depth, noble tannins, fruity and spicy aromas, and ...
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Bricco Barone is a lovely zone on the hills of Monforte d’Alba in Rinaldi. The Nebbiolo d’Alba produced from this soil is robust with great longevity, with a rich bouquet of black fruits and ...
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Cerviano comes from the grapes bordering on the Ravera cru, perfectly exposed towards the south. With a notable structure and depth, Cerviano reveals its aromas over time. For this, it ages for one year ...
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