Nebbiolo with 6 month on Oak have produced a great “baby barolo”.
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Fratelli Ponte Nebbiolo D’Alba DOC
100% Nebbiolo Grapes from vineyards in Canale d’ALba with Calcareous soil. This an example of Nebbiolo. With only 6 months in oak this wine drinks like a “baby Barolo”.
Wine Making – fermented in stainless steel followed by 6 months in Steel and 6 months in oak barrels.
Colour – Ruby Red – tending to burgundy
Nose – Floral with rose and violets
Palate – light and elegant with good balance between the tannin and fruit.
Pairing – Beef, truffle, roasts and game
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