The Colline Novaresi are the gentle rolling hills north of Novara in Alto Piemonte that have had a noble history of fine wine making for centuries.
Uva Rara (Rare Grape) is a native varietal that derived its name from its loose forming clusters and sparse berries.
It is also rare to find Uva Rara bottled as a 100% cultivar, as it is here.
The careful field selection of the fruit, fermentation on the peel for five days and six months aging in steel produces a medium weight ruby-red wine with elegance and aromas of black currants, rose and spice.
Colline Novaresi Uva Rara doc
Hills of Novara, North Piedmont
Grape Variety: Uva Rara 100 %
end of September
selection of grapes in the vineyard, fermentation in stainless steel for five days
Ageing: six months in steel, in the bottle for at least six months
Tasting notes: ruby red color, aromas of cherry, currant and violet, medium-bodied and fresh.
Serving temperature: 16°-
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