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Podere ai Valloni

Red wine 2016 Colline Novaresi DOC Sass Russ, Piedmont, Italy

Type: Red wine
Quantity: 0.75 l
Alcohol content : 12%
Price: Up to 15.00 €
Bottle closue: Natural cork
Maturing: Steel
Registration number : #PaV-L240417

Wine Review Report :

wein.plus rating: Very good (86 WP)
Last reviewed: 6 April, 2018
Editor note: Tart nose, earthy and light dried vegetal notes, red and a few black berries and a whiff of cherries, dried floral traces. Clear, polished, elegant, juicy fruit on the palate, floral traces and some tar, fairly fine tannins, light bite, good persistence, fairly cool style, herbaceous traces, good to very good elegant, juicy finish.
Best to drink: To 2021+

DOC area for red, rosé and white wines in the Italian region of Piedmont in the province of Novara. The zone covers about 130 hectares of vineyards in the municipalities of Agrate Conturbia, Barengo, Boca, Bogogno, Borgomanero, Briona, Cavaglietto, Cavaglio d'Agogna, Cavallirio, Cressa, Cureggio, Fara Novarese, Fontaneto d'Agogna, Gattico, Ghemme, Grignasco, Maggiora, Marano Ticino, Mezzomerico, Oleggio, Prato Sesia, Romagnano Sesia, Sizzano, Suno, Vaprio d'Agogna and Veruno

The white wine Bianco is produced 100% pure from the variety Erbaluce. The two wine types Rosso and Rosato (both also as Novello) are produced from the variety Spanna =...

The red grape variety comes from Italy. The 100 or so synonyms testify above all to the great age and widespread use of the vine. The most important of these are numerous names with Nebbiolo and supplementary names such as Nebbiolo del Piemonte, as well as Chiavennasca, Lampia, Marchesano, Michet, Picotender, Picotendre, Picotendro, Picotèner, Picotenero, Picoutendro, Picoutendro Maschio, Picoutener, Picutener, Poctener, Pugnet, Prunent, Spana, Spana Commune, Spanna, Spanna Grossa and Vercelli. It must not be confused with the Chatus (Nebbiolo di Dronero, Nebbiolo Pairolè), Croatina (Nebbiolo di Gattinara), Dolcetto...

The red grape variety comes from Italy. Synonyms are Balsamina Nera, Bonarda di Cavaglià, Bonarda di Gattinara, Bonarda Novarese, Foglia Lucente, Martellana, Oriana, Orianella, Oriola, Raione, Rairone and Rara. It must not be confused with the varieties Bonarda Piemontese or Croatina (Bonarda di Gattinara), even though synonyms or morphological similarities may appear to indicate this. According to the ampelographer Victor Pulliat (1827-1896), its name does not refer to a rare occurrence, but to its extremely attractive appearance. According to another version, it derives from the small number of berries...

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