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Nebbiolo Langhe DOC 2021 – Giovanni Corino

Full Body Red

The wine has intense aromas of cherries, liquorice, violet and forest floor on the nose. On the palate, it is tight and structured with notes of cherry, liquorice and mushrooms.

Availability: 24 in stock


Availability: 24 in stock

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About this wine

To produce the Nebbiolo Langhe DOC Giovanni Corino the hand-picked grapes were crushed and destemmed, followed by a three days maceration in the roto-fermenter at 25-27°C. Fermentation took place in stainless-steel vats, as did malolactic fermentation, followed by three weeks in temperature-controlled vats at 2-3°C for tartaric stabilization. Maturation took place in stainless steel for 10 months before bottling. The wine remained in bottle for two months before release. Grapes for this wine are sourced in the 1.5-hectare vineyard near the Frazione Annunziata, in the commune of La Morra. The vineyards are situated at an altitude of 220-260 metres above sea level, with a south/south west exposure.The soil is mainly calcareous and clayey.The vines are between 7-15 years old and Guyot pruned. Like many producers in La Morra, the Corino family started off as mezzadri, when Celeste Corino moved to La Morra in the early 1950s. His son Giovanni continued in the same vein and focused on viticulture, acquiring most of the vineyards that comprise the present-day property. Grandson Giuliano, the present owner, started working on the family estate in the mid-1980s. Giovanni had primarily been selling grapes, but Giuliano was determined to start making and bottling his own wine. The wines they make are wonderful expressions of the prime sites planted just below La Morra, where the estate’s nine hectares are cultivated.

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