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ViniBianchiRossi Vines and names

Vines and names

A classification by grape variety and denomination, to help you choose the best wine based not only on the area of ​​origin, but on the organoleptic characteristics typical of each type of wine, whether single or blended, typical regional or from international grape varieties.

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The wine has a ruby ​​red color, with garnet reflections typical of the grape. The nose is floral and fruity, rich in hints reminiscent of violet and rose. The light tannins envelop the mouth in a delicate and elegant way. The balance and harmony make this Nebbiolo quite drinkable and invite to another glass.

Nebbiolo from the vineyards of Barbaresco. Light garnet red color. Intense fragrance. Soft and velvety. Suitable for the whole meal and excellent on white meats.

It takes the name of the house being a selection of more vineyards around the company. Traditional typology that follows the Piedmontese philosophy of aging in large Slavonian oak barrels of 2500 L where it rests for two years. Wine that plays on elegance and fruit.

Soft, tasty, velvety at the same time, leaves on the taste buds a note of sweetness and roundness typical of ripe grape with a slightly dry and astringent closure that distinguishes the Nebbiolo.

Color: bright purple red.
Perfume: fine notes of fresh fruit, you perceive a small note of coffee and chocolate.
Taste: beautiful harmony between freshness, fruit and acidity, notes of raspberry and berries.

"Vigna del Salice" is obtained from the pressing of Barbera d'Asti grapes from the oldest vineyards owned by the company, high hills, facing south-east, where the vocation for the Barbera grape is higher.

Good gustative persistence with the classic light tannin astringency of Nebbiolo, very well rounded by the wood aromas and other flavour components (proteins, salts, trivalent salts).Lovely finish, persistent and stimulating.

Color: ruby ​​red, transparent.
Smell: floral bouquet of roses, wild mint, vanilla, of long and fine intensity.
Taste: intense, very fresh, pleasant and sweetly tannic.

Color: not very intense ruby ​​red

Bouquet: fine, with notes of wild strawberries and floral notes of violet, typical of the Nebbiolo grape cultivated in the sandy soils of the Roero

Taste: good body, fine, elegant with an excellent drink

Pairings: meat first and second courses

The wine has a ruby ​​red color, with garnet reflections typical of the grape. The nose is floral and fruity, rich in hints reminiscent of violet and rose. The light tannins envelop the mouth in a delicate and elegant way. The balance and harmony make this Nebbiolo quite drinkable and invite to another glass.

Color: intense ruby ​​red
Bouquet: aromas of red fruits, vanilla and licorice
Taste: full and rich, with a woody finish

It takes the name of the house being a selection of more vineyards around the company. Traditional typology that follows the Piedmontese philosophy of aging in large Slavonian oak barrels of 2500 L where it rests for two years. Wine that plays on elegance and fruit.