It's the new born of the Podere ai Valloni. A fresh wine but at the same time with a structure typical of Nebbioli of Upper Piedmont. The Colline Novaresi red doc Sass Russ is made exclusively with grapes from the vineyard called Vigna Cristiana, located in Traversagna region, in the municipalities of Boca and Prato Sesia. The Nebbiolo grapes (50%) and Uva Rara (50%) are vinified on site. The grapes, grown according to organic farming methods, are harvested with the elimination of the bunches and berries that have not completed to perfection the ripening process. After crushing, the grapes ferment for 7-9 days. The wine, aged before in steel tanks and then for 6 months in barriques of second or third passage, is then bottled, after filtering, at the corporate office.
The color is intense ruby red with violet hues; to the nose it is fruity and fresh, with notes of cherry and red fruits, vinous and intense, typical. Good acidity, which reflects the characteristics of the soil, savory and mineral; the tannin is still quite present, but not overly aggressive. Nebbiolo gives structure and body to the wine, while Uva Rara gives color.
Best with: pork salted meats and cheeses in our area, also excellent with pasta dishes and meats not overly structured.
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