Amalia - Langhe, Nebbiolo, Italy (2019)
Aromas of sour cherry, fruit punch, orange zest, red and black liquorice, orange pekoe tea, cherry blasters, dried leaves and turned earth.
Sour cherry juice and fresh brewed tea on the palate, high tannin but soft and supple with lots of mouth watering acidity. Highly complex and delicious village level Nebbiolo.
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Paolo Boffa works in an ethical manner, respecting the earth and preserving the environment as much as possible. All the grapes are harvested manually from the vineyards at the average height of 450 meters above sea level. Organic certification began in 2019 and each vintage preserves the beauty that brought the family to Amalia Cascina from the beginning.
The grapes are harvested by hand and taken to be made into wine immediately. After a period on the skins of around 5 days, the wine undergoes malolactic fermentation and then it's left to age in stainless steel tanks for about 8 months. At the end of this process it is bottled and sold.