Pio Cesare - Nebbiolo 2008-12 75cl Bottle


Pio Cesare - Nebbiolo 2008-12
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The grapes for Nebbiolo d'Alba come from the Nebbiolo vineyards. These vineyards are located in a geographic area stretching on the right bank of Tanaro river which typically produces fruit for the Barolo and Barbaresco wines.

Therefore, it is only fitting that their Nebbiolo d'Alba has some similar olefactory characteristics to these wines, however containing a softer palate.

Nebbiolo d'Alba is an approachable, everyday drinking wine that shows characteristics of elegant structure.

It is an intense garnet red colour with a delicate wild violet and rose bouquet with hints of blackberry and vanilla.

The palate is dry, flavoursome and smooth.

Category(s):     Red Wine

Producer: Pio Cesare   -   www.piocesare.it
ABV:   13%
Appellation:   Nebbiolo d'Alba
Brand:   Pio Cesare
Country of Origin:   Italy
Food Match:   Pork
Grape Type:   Nebbiolo
Region:   Piedmont
Vintage:   2008-12


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Producer Information

This historic family-owned estate is named after its founder Cesare Pio, who established the business in 1881. It is based in Alba in the heart of the Piemonte region, nestled between the Alps and the Mediterranean Sea. The surrounding hills provide a handful of ideal exposures for grape growing with unique micro-climates. The confluence of cold Alpine air with warm maritime moisture regularly creates a misty glow, or 'nebbia', over these foothills, hence Nebbiolo, the great red variety of the region.

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