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Vinitaly 2016 Come and taste our new wines

Written by Alessandro Rivetto on 12 April 2016

Our three special labels deserve a bottle that is just as special! Come and taste the wines, pre-release, at Vinitaly in Hall 10, stand D3-4.9.

One of the strongest values we hold in the winery is our connection with our territory, a land where we grew up and that taught us how to work passionately, how to tell its story through our wines.

With this in mind, we decided to create three new labels for a product line that distinguishes itself both for the grapes we use and for their vinification styles.

Every part of the product line, including the bottle, is made to celebrate the land it comes from.

For this reason, we chose Albeisa, which we feel fully interprets our product; it is without a doubt an example of how the Langhe and Roero can be successfully communicated.

Our new labels tell our story of what it’s like to be vine growers and “langhetti”—from the Langhe.

We like to define them as special, both for their limited quantity due to a low yield per vine that results in higher quality and better expression, and for their appellations.

Barolo Lazzarito DOCG 2012

Made from one of the most highly-regarded crus in all of Barolo.

The vineyards benefit from excellent positioning and from soils that are rich in minerals, giving us wines that can evolve, perfectly balanced, with the typical balsamic notes that come from this cru.

Langhe Nascetta Albori 2015

Nascetta is a unique, semi-aromatic grape that is closely identified with our territory. The wine made from this variety is affected by every little change, from climate to vinification.

Encouraged by our love for this variety, our experience in the sector, and the challenge of a particularly fortuitous vintage, we produced Langhe Nascetta Albori.

It is wonderfully pleasant to drink, alternating between floral and fruity—both characteristics of this grape—and an interesting minerality.

Barbera d’Alba Leonilde 2012

This is a very special Barbera for us. Its vineyards are over 30 years old.

The vines’ longevity is reflected in the persistence and great structure of this Barbera, as well as in the balance among the components usually seen in this variety, such as notes of red fruits and a harmonic acidity with complex notes from aging in wood.