Tasting Notes

Ripe cherry, with pips and a few sour ones thrown in for good measure, alpine herbs and liquorice, coffee beans, pressed flowers, a little hit of white pepper and spice. It’s medium-bodied, succulent and feels so fluid, coats the mouth with fine-grained gently dusty tannin, freshness and energy, but this amaro and sweetness of fruit thing really stamps it as being from another place. Another place in which great Nebbiolo is grown, and made, into delightful wine of verity and interest. Gary Walsh - Winefront