Color: light ruby red.
Bouquet: complex and fruity with delicate notes of rose and violet.
Flavor: well-structured, fat, robust, and slightly tannic.
Food Pairing: It is a good companion for raw meat appetizers like the tartare or carpaccio, and ripe cheese.
Production area: Canale d’Alba
Exposure and altitude: south, south-west; 200-250m asl
Type of soil: chalk and clay
Cultivation system: guyot
Harvest: mid-October, with manual picking
Aging: nine months in stainless steel vats, and four months in bottles
Average production: 18,000 bottles
Alcohol content: 13.5° - 14° % Vol.