Nebbiolo Langhe DOC 2019
Nebbiolo Langhe DOC 2019 / Batasiolo / Piedmont
Red wine from Italy
The Barolo's little brother is a charming, garnet-red, shiny wine that leaves intense and delicate impressions. Very well balanced with a hint of ripe fruit that becomes more and more spicy with age. This Nebbiolo is a red wine that goes perfectly with the whole menu.
- Vintage: 2019
- Ageing: Dry
- Country: Italy
- Region: Piedmont
- Volume: 0,75 liters
- Producer and bottler: Beni di Batasiolo - Fr. Annunziata 87 - 12064 La Morra (CN) - Italia - +39 0173 50130
- Quality Designation: Denominazione di Origine Controllata (DOC)
- Grape: 100% Nebbiolo from the Barolo area.
- Winemaking: The harvest takes place by hand in the first half of October. Destemming and fermentation with maceration of the skins for at least 10 days in steel tanks with periodic pumping over at a controlled temperature.
- Refinement: The aging begins in Slavonian oak barrels and then in stainless steel tanks. After this time, the refinement continues in the bottle.
- Sensory characteristics: In the nose, this Nebbiolo from Beni di Batasiolo has intense and delicate hints of ripe fruits that develop into spicy notes with delicate floral nuances. On the palate it is powerful, full-bodied, pleasantly tannic, and fresh. In addition, this Piemontese shines with an absolutely typical intensity and endurance.
- Color: Depending on the age, more or less intense ruby red with garnet reflections.
- Alcohol content: 14,0 % Vol.
- Acid: 5,00 g/l
- Residual sugar: 2,20 g/l
- Total extract: 26,00 g/l
- Sulphite: 86 mg/l
- Ph value: 3,50
- Stopper: Natural cork
- How to serve: This Nebbiolo is a wine that can accompany an entire menu. He finds his perfect partner in pasta dishes, risottos, white and red meat, and finally hearty and medium-aged cheese.
- Recommended serving temperature: Between 18 and 19°C.
- Allergens: Contains sulfites
- EAN (bottle): 8002820002563
- Scope of supply: 1 bottle of wine 0.75 liters
The red grape Nebbiolo comes from the Italian region of Piedmont and delivers tannic, expressive wines that need to mature long. The name is derived from "nebbia" which means fog and points to the white coating on the berries, which forms when fully ripe. This vine was probably grown since ancient times in the hills of Monferrato and the Langhe and is already mentioned in writings of the 13th century. The Nebbiolo is one of the most demanding grape varieties, concerning the floor and location. It grows almost exclusively on calcareous marl and absolutely requires steep south and southwest positions.
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