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Francesco Borgogno 2020 Nebbiolo Langhe

A medium bodied red perfect for your next pasta night
- small | $65.00- Large
A delicate and fruity nose followed by a dry, dense palate with notes of red fruit. As it ages it becomes velvety and soft.
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Variety - 100% Nebbiolo

Winemaker - Francesco Borgogno’s sons, Giancarlo and Claudio

Appellation - Nebbiolo Langhe

Vineyard -  Nebbiolo da Barolo

Alcohol - 14.5%Case Production - 708 cases

Vinification and Elevage - light pressing and separating; fermented for 10-12 days and 2-3 remountings a day to leach the dregs. Aged in 500 l French tonneaux barrels for 3 months, then aged for 6 months in bottle before release.

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If you like your wines big, bold, and red, Nebbiolo needs to be on your radar. Nebbiolo is an Italian red wine grape variety predominantly associated with its native Piedmont region, where it makes the Denominazione di Origine Controllata e Garantita wines of Barolo, Barbaresco, Roero, Gattinara, Carema and Ghemme. Much like Pinot Noir, Nebbiolo is an incredibly fussy variety to grow. It flowers early, ripens late, and can struggle to ripen fully. It also seems to prefer specific hillside locations and clay- and silt-based soils. The growing difficulty of this beautiful grape makes it one of the world’s most revered (and more expensive) wines.

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