The Roero Rosso is not only the name of the wine-growing area of Piedmont located on the left side of the Tanaro river, between the Langhe and the hills of Monferrato, but it is also the name used on the label for the red wine produced in the area. The grape variety that takes centre stage here is once again the Nebbiolo, which acquires unique and singular characteristics, providing a liquid representation of a territory that has lived in the shadow of the Langhe for a long time. The character of these wines is based more on finesse than on structure, on fruity freshness rather than on tertiary aromas, and can be enjoyed immediately or left to wait, like all respectable Nebbiolo wines.
Quiet, full-bodied, fairly intense red, matured in oak for 13-24 months, perfect for drinking with mature cheeses, pasta with meat sauce, simmered white meat and grilled and roasted meat
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Quiet red, of medium intensity and structure, matured exclusively in casks for 13-24 months, perfect for drinking with cold meats, mature cheeses, game and pasta with meat sauce