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The Langhe, Dolcetto di Diano d'Alba's area: it is here that the wine passionates start their journey through the hills that tell the story of these wines in the south of the Piedmont region. Here the bottle of wine is the reflection of tradition, work and passion for the fruit of the earth.

In our production of DOC and DOCG we present a wine obtained by a patient work on the vineyard, where the vines are left to evolve naturally. Our commitment is to take a healthy and mature grape to our cellar, so the work on the must is perfect. We preserve the characteristics of Dolcetto di Diano, giving our wines its typical bouquet.

The high quality, delicacy and elegance of the Dolcetto's aroma is presented in three versions: Base Dolcetto, Dolcetto di Diano Sori Crava and Dolcetto di Diano Garabei. (see the official map)

The Nebbiolo d'Alba, produced at Diano d'Alba, being so close to Barolo has strong tanins which are softened after the refinement in wood, making it perfect for aging.

The Barbera d'Alba is an elegant wine, refined 12 months in the bottle.
We also produce Langhe Favorita, in our personal version, a little sparkling, with a great acid support which enhances the exotic fruit and apple aroma of this fresh white wine.

Other wines: Rosé from local red grapes, Langhe Nebbiolo young and soft, Barolo Docg and Langhe Doc Arneis.

 

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Big news are coming from our cellar: during the harvest of 2013 we have collected our first Nebbiolo of Barolo grapes. Ravera is the name of an old cru (geographical indication) of the Barolo produced at Novello.

The wise observation of local peasants has passed on generation to generation the knowledge that this area, Ravera, is exceptionally good for the growing of Nebbiolo grapes. The Ravera vineyard has 2 hectares, its vines are 30 years old and it is located between the communities of Novello and Barolo. The soil is untied, composed mainly by white marl, which gives the wine the delicacy of the aroma, the richness of its flavors and its great complexity. The limestone gives structure and elegance to the wine, and an excellent longevity.

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abrigo-Garabei Colour: ruby red with violet hues
Perfume: intensely fruity and fragrant
Taste: a bouquet that recalls blackberry and raspberry. Gallant an the palate, it takes its vigourout of the extracts and has a long and persistent finish tasting of grapes and leaving a velvet mouthfeeland an almond aftertaste.

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Arneis is a native grape variety that likes soft ground composed of clay , sand and silt.The wine has floral scents and it is fragrant and savory.Suitable for appetizers and hors d'oeuvres , soups , cheeses and fish,langhe arneis should be served fresh between 8 ° C and 10 °C        

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socri-cravaSori Crava is the name of the best vineyard, with good sunny exposure and vocated soil. Dolcetto is the most immediate of the red grapes grown in the north-west of Italy. This one is perfumed and deeply coloured with masses of plum and black cherry fruit, and smooth tannins.

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langhe nebbiolo cuntentaGrape varietal: 85% Nebbiolo 15% Dolcetto
Yuong wine from new vineyards
Fruitly and extremely pleasing drinkable wine.

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NEWS:  the new label dedicated to Angelica is ready.

cuntenta

dolcetto di diano dalba 2015 webDolcetto is the most important wine in Diano d'Alba. Since 1974, it has its own "disciplinare" (set of rules) about the production which defines and includes only the municipal territory.
It is a classic wine in the area characterised by a dry and almond aftertaste, a certain delicacy and a good duration period. According to their different characteristics, we separately vinify the grapes of our vineyards and we obtain four different kinds of Dolcetto in structure, alcoholic content and duration period

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rosetto

Rosè,dry wine
Making with mixed red grapes
Colour: delicate rose color
Scent of fruitly.
Taste: Dry flavour, full and little bit acidity.

 

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langhefavoritafoto190x768The local vine called Favorita cultivated on the Langhe hills, gives a white wine with the same name. It is a dry, fresh wine characterised by hints of liveliness. You can just feel little bubbles of natural gas of fermentation.
Serve cool at 7°-10° C. Excellent with light hors-d'oeuvres, summer courses, appetizing vegetables and fish dishes.
11,5% vol.

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abrigo-Barbera ominoWell balanced, full-bodied wine characterised by a right acidity and a typical wine taste which is not overwhelmed by woody flavours.
Suitable with meat courses and mature cheeses. The refining takes place in wood barrels for 6 months.
13.5% vol.

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abrigo-nebbioloFrom the same Nebbiolo grapes which contribute to create Barolo and Barbaresco wines, in Diano d'Alba we produce Nebbiolo d'Alba. It is an elegant, refined wine with delicate scents of flowers and fruits (raspberry and violet). The ageing in oak wood from Slavonia contribute to accentuate these scents.
It has a dry and decisive taste, balanced tannins when young, velvety and harmonious with ageing. Excellent with tasty meat dishes and game.
14% vol.

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