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Diego Pressenda Nebbiolo Langhe

$25.00

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Vintage: 2021
Region: Piemonte, Italy
Viticulture: Sustainable
Grape varieties: 100% Nebbiolo

Diego Pressenda Nebbiolo Langhe reveals aromas of fresh red fruit and flowers. In the mouth, it is elegant, full-bodied, well balanced with a slightly young tannin, typical of this grape variety. Sourced from the youngest vines, planted in 2015. Fermented and aged in stainless steel.

Song: Meant to Be by City and Colour

Additional information

NATTINESS

Not Natty

FRUIT

Black Cherry, Red Plum

BODY

Full-bodied

ACIDITY

Fresh (Medium)

ALCOHOL

12-13%

TANNIN

Strong

SWEETNESS

Dry

SERVING TEMP

Room Temperature (63°–67°)

SULFUR

Low Sulfur (less than 50mg/L)

VEGAN

Not Vegan

IMPORTER

Tuscany Wines Imports

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ABOUT THE PRODUCER

About Diego Pressenda Nebbiolo Langhe

Diego Pressenda Nebbiolo Langhe reveals aromas of fresh red fruit and flowers. In the mouth, it is elegant, full-bodied, well balanced with a slightly young tannin, typical of this grape variety. Sourced from the youngest vines, planted in 2015. Fermented and aged in stainless steel.

About Diego Pressenda

From the Winery:

La Torricella is our home, where father Diego was born. He has seventy years of history to share: the life of his parents who in the 1940s moved to Torricella as sharecroppers; the properties that Diego started buying at the age of 18, thus beginning his career as a winemaker; the children and the son-in-law who, as a result of their studies, found themselves in the company that their father began with new ideas, hopes and wishes to be realized together. The farm is located 4 km from the center of Monforte d’Alba in the direction of Rodino. It enjoys a strategic position that, due to its height and the exposure of the hill, allows a wide view of the hills of vineyards and the famous crus of Monforte d’Alba, Castiglione Falletto, and Serralunga d’Alba.

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