Great care for the vineyard, respect for the characteristics of each vine, the use of modern technology and the choice of traditional winemaking techniques – these are the expressions of Réva’s identity, which has among its primary objectives the valorisation of the varieties typical of the territory: Dolcetto, Barbera, Nebbiolo.
Every stage of the production is managed with great professionalism by Reva’s staff, first of all in the vineyard, where the grapes are selected in three different moments (when thinning the vine, at harvest and in the winery). We follow up with long macerations, low-temperature fermentation, the use of indigenous yeasts and gentle ageing in wooden casks.
Happy is the vintner who finds a ferret’s footprints near his Barbera vines. In fact, since ancient times in Langa, this is an indication of an excellent vintage year. One thing is certain: a glass of Barbera holds the verve and gaiety of this amusing animal
“If the owl nests on an oak tree in the vineyards, the vintage will be unforgettable…” our grandparents used to tell us. The owl, symbol of wisdom, for a wine like Barolo that pays back patience with glasses of wine that offer inspiration, wisdom and culture
In winter, when the sun is in Capricorn, you may sometimes find hoofprints in the vineyard. The old winemakers believe that it is the god Pan in person to visit their vineyards and where the Capricorn the grapes are sweeter passed. Although this is only a legend, if you follow the hills Capricorn can discover the divine taste of Dolcetto
It is said that once a bat at night tasted a bunch of grapes being aware of an ancient secret. Even today his descendants trace aerial geometries on the grapes that ripen and still that old secret is revealed in a glass of Nebbiolo
It is said that long ago, a bat tasted a bunch of grapes at night and learned an ancient secret. Even today, his descendants trace aerial geometries over the ripening grapes, and the old secret is still revealed in a glass of Nebbiolo