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Langhe Pinot Nero Campo Romano, Poderi Colla

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This is a pure Pinot Noir, planted in Cascine Drago in 1977 with vines imported from Burgundy.  It displays the elegance and finesse of the French pinot noir supported by a clearly Piedmontese structure.  The name derives from the fact that when the ground was ploughed prior to planting the vines, Roman remains were found: fragments of bricks, tiles and amphorae from a Roman settlement.

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LANGHE PINOT NERO CAMPO ROMANO

D.O.C.

Vineyard

Grapevine

100% Burgundy Pinot Noir

Exposure

West

Average altitude

approx. 330 metres above sea level

Year of planting

1977

Strains per hectare

approx. 4,000

Yield in litres per hectare

approx. 3,500-4,000

Harvest period

beginning of September

In the winery

Manual harvesting, destemming, pressing, maceration with the skins for 8 to 10 days at a temperature of about 30° C, complete malolactic fermentation before winter. Ageing in oak barrels for about a year

Alcohol content

12.5-13.5% vol

Total acidity

5-5.5 gr/l

Dry extract

23-25 gr/l

Tasting note

Delicate garnet red; fine nose, aromas of tobacco, cherries, spices. In the mouth, flavours of ripe fruit, fresh tannins, round and well integrated into the body of the wine. Length and persistence of aromas with good ageing potential. Although not from the Piedmontese tradition, it is a wine that goes well with our agnolotti pasta and roast fowl

Serving temperature

14 / 16° C. - Rather large glass to convey the complexity of the wine

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Langhe Pinot Nero Campo Romano, Poderi Colla

Langhe Pinot Nero Campo Romano, Poderi Colla

This is a pure Pinot Noir, planted in Cascine Drago in 1977 with vines imported from Burgundy.  It displays the elegance and finesse of the French pinot noir supported by a clearly Piedmontese structure.  The name derives from the fact that when the ground was ploughed prior to planting the vines, Roman remains were found: fragments of bricks, tiles and amphorae from a Roman settlement.

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