Medium intensity ruby red. On the nose, it expresses pleasant aromas of redcurrants, raspberries and wild berries, followed by floral touches, delicate spices and a hint of mineral. On the palate it is full and fresh, very drinkable, juicy and elegant in its tannic texture. It lingers for a long time with a balsamic finish.
Pinot noir, undisputed lord of Burgundy, was planted in the Langhe in 1800 by the French oenologist Oudart, called by the Count of Cavour, but at the altitude of these hills, given the warmer climate, it does not did not give the expected results. Many years later, Giulia Negri decided to try again with this fragile variety, planting it in a cool, north-facing vineyard at an altitude of 500 meters above sea level. The challenge began with the 2011 harvest and with this DOC Langhe “La Tartufaia” 2018, we can safely say that the young winemaker has won. A red wine produced with long maceration on the skins, aged in used barrels for 18 months, which conquers for its great elegance and superb keepability.
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