Piedmont - Italy
Straw-yellow colour with green highlights, with a mousse that forms a nice creamy ring. Moscato’s aromatic qualities focus on freshness and elegance, with a good showing of musky and minty aromas, underlined by hints of candied lemon. As stylish and elegant as the nose, benefiting from the masterly balance between residual sugars and acidity, while the creamy finish confirms the perfect integration of the carbon dioxide.
Piedmont - Italy
Colour: lively and bright soft ruby-red. Nose: its great complexity means that the aromas develop slowly, blossoming into refined fruity hints of raspberry, followed by aristocratic undertones of spices and liquorice. Taste: austere entry, with the tannins starting out slightly hard before gradually softening nicely into a long, stylish finish on which Roero’s fruity/floral vein is brought out the full.
Piedmont - Italy
Colour: lively and bright soft ruby-red. Nose: its great complexity means that the aromas develop slowly, blossoming into refined fruity hints of raspberry, followed by aristocratic undertones of spices and liquorice. Taste: austere entry, with the tannins starting out slightly hard before gradually softening nicely into a long, stylish finish on which Roero’s fruity/floral vein is brought out the full.
Piedmont - Italy
Colour: lively and bright soft ruby-red. Nose: its great complexity means that the aromas develop slowly, blossoming into refined fruity hints of raspberry, followed by aristocratic undertones of spices and liquorice. Taste: austere entry, with the tannins starting out slightly hard before gradually softening nicely into a long, stylish finish on which Roero’s fruity/floral vein is brought out the full.
Piedmont - Italy
Colour: a ruby-red hue, giving greater depth without taking away any of its brightness. Nose: intense and very deep, with unmistakeable aromatic facets; an initially ethereal impact gives way to hints of raspberry and blackberry, which are made more complex by a background of sweet spices (cinnamon) and noble wood. Taste: great character showing through dense tannins and a magnificent alcohol/tannin balance; after a full-bodied, almost chewy entry, the silky soft tannins gradually spread into a long, round finish.
Piedmont - Italy
Colour: a ruby-red hue, giving greater depth without taking away any of its brightness. Nose: intense and very deep, with unmistakeable aromatic facets; an initially ethereal impact gives way to hints of raspberry and blackberry, which are made more complex by a background of sweet spices (cinnamon) and noble wood. Taste: great character showing through dense tannins and a magnificent alcohol/tannin balance; after a full-bodied, almost chewy entry, the silky soft tannins gradually spread into a long, round finish.