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2015 Rosso della Motta Castello Castellengo
2015 Rosso della Motta Castello Castellengo


 
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Located at the foot of Mt. Rosa, Centovigne’s Rosso della Motta is an exuberant, ready-to-drink red wine, with all the character of the subalpine Piemonte. This amazing wine opens up with a delicious bouquet of pie cherries, lavender, dried orange peel, and gravelly soil. Clean and crisp on the palate Rosso della Motta is a blend of 80% Nebbiolo and a 20% indigenous Croatina and Vespolina. With a garnet color, it presents suggestions of sour cherries, menthol, tobacco and faded rose petals. Soft and very transparent, it has fine tannins sneaking in on the back-palate and segue the wine to a long, soil-driven finish with cherry fruit, gravelly soil and bitter herbs. This delicious and fascinating Piedmontese Rosso pairs well with roast poultry, meats and game, salumi, pastas tossed in a butter-sage sauce, and Piemontese cheeses like Toma Piemontese, Bra Duro and Castelmagno.

Located at the foot of Mt. Rosa, Centovigne’s Rosso della Motta is an exuberant, ready-to-drink red wine, with all the character of the subalpine Piemonte. This amazing wine opens up with a delicious bouquet of pie cherries, lavender, dried orange peel, and gravelly soil. Clean and crisp on the palate with garnet color, Rosso della Motta is a blend of 80% Nebbiolo and a 20% indigenous Croatina and Vespolina, and presents suggestions of sour cherries, menthol, tobacco and faded rose petals. Soft and very transparent, fine tannins sneak in on the back-palate and segue the wine to a long, soil-driven finish that reprises cherry fruit, gravelly soil and bitter herbs. This is delicious and fascinating Piemontese Rosso pairs well with roast poultry, meats and game, salumi, pastas tossed in a butter-sage sauce, and Piemontese cheeses like Toma Piemontese, Bra Duro and Castelmagno.-->

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