“Rossoluna” is the estate’s only wine made from a blend of grapes, specifically three native Piedmontese varieties, and is also the only one to be aged exclusively in 500-litre tonneaux.
It stands out for its remarkable colour and, above all, for its complex aromatic, fruity and spicy nuances.
Grape varieties: a blend of Indigenous grape varieties
Vineyards, Exposure and Altitude: Campasso (East, 250-350 meters) and Neiane (West, 330-400 meters)
Average age of vines: about 20 years
Total area: around 0,4 hectares
Soil: limestone and silty
Harvest period and method: in October, by hand
Vine training and Density of plants: Guyot; about 4,500 vines per hectare
Fermentation and Maceration: in stainless steel tanks at 29-31 °C (84 – 88 °F.) for 10-12 days
Ageing and Fining: 12-14 months in French oak tonneaux (500 l.), 2-3 months in stainless steel and at least 2-3 months in bottle
Bottling Period: during the Spring of the second year after the harvest
Longevity: 5-8 years
First year of production: 1999