The Inferno is deep garnet in color with a well pronounced perfume of spice, dried flowers, plum and jam. On the palate the wine is full-bodied and dry with elegant notes of berry, herb, cedar-spice.
The grapes such as Nebbiolo (Chiavennasca), Pignola and Pinot Nero come from the sub-zone, the smallest, called Inferno: the local name attributed to terraced vineyards that are particularly impervious and difficult to work. Vinified "in red" with a long maceration. After 2 months in steel and 18 in large 80 hl Slavonian oak barrels, it is refined for another 4 in the bottle.