This comes from three MGA in Roero; Loreto (fruit, body and acidity), Mompellini (colour and structure) and San Grato (perfumed fruit and elegance). The three vineyards are harvested and fermented separately and fermentation is in stainless and concrete with 3-5% whole bunch and a two week maceration on skins. The wines are basket pressed and then blended and aged in concrete and old tonneaux for twelve months with a further twelve months in the bottle before release.
2018 was a wet spring with a fresh summer and autumn. The wines are lighter
in body and structure but beautifully detailed with finesse and elegance. Fruity
and vibrant with crisp red fruits and floral notes, the palate balancing juicy
fruit and a little saltiness which is typical of Roero.