Langhe Nebbiolo DOC Vintage 2021

Tasting Notes

The Nebbiolo grapes grown on our hills give a wine with a ruby red colour moving to garnet red while evolving.

At the nose, it expresses all the aromas of the small red soft fruits, such a raspberries and wild strawberries, as well as peach, plums and the typical floral notes of our terroir.

The flavour expresses the characteristics of a medium-bodied, well-structured wine, with sweet and appealing tannins, typical of our land.

Ideal to accompany meat sauces and starters, such as chopped meat.

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Basic Information

Product name: Langhe Nebbiolo DOC

Cépage: Nebbiolo

Appellation: Langhe Nebbiolo

Classification: DOC

Color: red

Type: still

Country/Region: Canale, CN, Piemonte

Vintage: 2021

Alcool percentage: 13%

Sugar rate: 0

Number of bottles produced: 3,000


Method: after the harvest, it is destemmed and pressed.The fermentation takes place in steel tanks and during these periods delestage is done in order to extract all its color but without losing it of its typical fragrance

Temperature: 28° temperature-controlled

Lenght: 20 days

Malolactic: yes

Minimum aging in bottle: 6 months


% of Grape/Cépage: 100% Nebbiolo

Soil: medium mixture

Exposure: southwest

Agricultural method: eco friendly

Year of plantation: 1982

Date of harvest: end of September / early October

Type of harvest: manual in boxes

Chemical Analysis

Dry extract [g/l]: 27

Total acidity [g/l of tartaric acid equivalent]: 5

Volatile acidity [g/l acetic acid equivalent]: 0.4

Total SO2[mg/l]: 50

Free SO2[mg/l]:


Number of bottles per box: 6

Box size: length 24, width 16, height 30


Empty bottle weight: 450 g

Aging potential: 8 years

Cork size: 24×44 mm

Cork material: turacciolo Normacorc, derived from sustainable, renewable sugarcane-based raw materials

Bottle type: Bordolese


Nebbiolo is the most famous grape variety of Piedmont, known all over the world.

Nebbiolo is the father of three extraordinary wines: Roero, Barbaresco, and Barolo.

The name derives from “nebbia” (fog), because the grapes are harvested when the first autumn fogs appear.

The grapes have the typical deep violet colour, reminding of the colour of the plums.

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