Deep red in colour and dense. A bouquet of wild berries, plums, and tobacco with a fine toasty vanilla note of barrique. The soft, spicy taste lingers long and with great elegance.
Vineyard: The lands of “Nizza” date back to the Tertiary age and are characterised by calcareous soils with an alkaline reaction, poor in organic substances and dry in summer.
Pairs well with: This wine beautifully accompanies dishes traditional to Piedmont, such as pigeon with black truffle, millefoglie with porcini mushrooms, Jerusalem artichokes, and fondue. Excellent as well with grills and barbecues, and with Piedmont-style fritto misto.