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ROERO D.O.C.G. 2011 CORNAREA

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In the Roero, That stretches the land on the left bank of the Tanaro river, the Nebbiolo grapes produces a much appreciated and sought after wine ITS That takes name from the place where it is produced. The Roero wine is a wine That combines a rich and elegant structure with moderate tannins. It got the denomination DOCG (Denomination of Controlled and Guaranteed Origin) in 2005, thus Becoming the third Nebbiolo Langhe-Roero DOCG in the area, together with Barolo and Barbaresco.

100% Nebbiolo grapes, Roero Cornarea is a greatly aged, Obtained through a careful selection in the vineyard. It rests for 18 months in barrels and big Continues aging it for at least 6 months in the bottles. 

Colour: ruby ed with garnet reflexes.

Bouquet: its perfume is well defined and complex, with a spicy hue and a balsamic eucalyptus aroma. It includes scents of plum, violet, morello cherry and liquorice root.

Flavour: in the mouth it is warm and tasty, with an elegant structure and light tannins. It is pleasant, fruity and mellow, with an elegant and persistent basis of berry jam and a mineral affertaste. 

Serving temperature: 18 degrees

The Nabbiolo grapes from the Roero Cornarea Which is produced are cultivated in the historic Cornarea cru, Belonging to the firm and located in Canale d'Alba. This town is the wine producing capital of the Roero, an area where Nebbiolo wine Has Been produced since ancient times.

Variety: Nebbiolo (100%)

Vineyard dimension: 2 hectares

Production per hectare: 7 tons

Type of cultivation: espalier against, "Guyot" pruning

Average altitude: south-west

Soil: sand and ferrous clay, rich in magnesium

Planted in: 1978 - 1979

Easy to combine: it is perfect with red meats and matches wonderfully roasted duck, piedmontese boiled (boiled meat)