Aresca, Nebbiolo d’Alba DOC, Piemonte, Italy, 2016

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Nebbiolo d’Alba is made from 100% Nebbiolo grapes cultivated on the hills around Alba town. It ages for six months in wood. The nose, soft and fragrant at first, becomes ethereal over time with notes of red fruit and spices. The taste is dry with good hints of violet, raspberry and almond. It goes very well with red meat, braised and cheese.

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Nebbiolo d’Alba is made from 100% Nebbiolo grapes cultivated on the hills around Alba town. It ages for six months in wood. The nose, soft and fragrant at first, becomes ethereal over time with notes of red fruit and spices. The taste is dry with good hints of violet, raspberry and almond. It goes very well with red meat, braised and cheese.

Variety: 100% Nebbiolo.
Vineyards: located in Langhe-Roero area with south-exposition. Grape-yield of 9 tons/hectare max. Manual
harvest.
Winemaking: temperature-controlled alcoholic fermentation and maceration for 8 days. Then ageing for 12 months in wood and for 6 months in bottle before sale.
Alc. content: 13,5-14 % vol.
Tasting notes: nose ample with notes of violet, red fruit and spices. The taste has a good structure with notes of red fruit and smoothy tannic final.
Pairing: ideal pairing with red meat, braised and cheese.

 

Fratelli Aresca

The Winery is a dream realized by Piero and Luigi Aresca back in 1952: two winegrowers who have turned a passion, born among the rows of Mombercelli, into a family business that never left. They have never lost sight of their origins. Now the winery is run by the second and third generations.

Maintaining the quality as taught by their grandparents, the history is full of anecdotes recalling the passion that initiated this dream. There is a huge pride in thinking that these wines may keep on conveying the extraordinary path they have made throughout these years.

The vineyards are located in the Langhe-Roero and Monferrato Wine District, a unique territory recognized as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Here the hillsides covered with vineyards bear witness to the ancient tradition of grape production on a land that soon revealed itself for the great quality of its products.

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