£16.50/ 0.75 L btl
A native vine of the Langhe, it was already known in the mid-19th century for the quality of the wine it produced. It was rediscovered at the end of the 90s in the municipality of Novello and that of Anna Maria Abbona was among the first companies to have planted it in the Doglianese area. It comes with hints of aromatic herbs and citrus fruits, with an intense flavor, savory in the finish.
Drinking and storing
This wine is from a rare varietal grape that I hadn’t tried before but will certainly be looking out for it in future
Anna Maria Abbona
We cannot speak about Anna Maria Abbona without speaking about the terroir of her home region, Dogliani. It was here, in the town of Moncucco di Farigliano, where Anna Maria made a firm commitment in the 1980s to cultivating the Dolcetto grape rather than the more usual Nebbiolo. Anna Maria's decision paid off and has been successful thanks not only to the grand crus they run for cultivating Dolcetto vines, but for their wise choices of crop location and the work they are...