Color: straw-yellow with greenish highlights.
Aroma: delicate scents of Spanish broom with fruity and fresh notes of peach, melon and papaya.
Flavor: pleasantly dry with fine, bitterish aftertaste.
Food Pairing: Serve very fresh as an aperitif. It also accompanies summer appetizers and fish or poultry dishes.
Production area: Municipality of Canale d’Alba
Exposure and altitude: south, south-west; 200-250 m above sea level
Type of soil: sandy with traces of marl and clay
Cultivation system: Guyot
Harvest: in the first 10 days of September with manual picking
Aging: in stainless steel vats and 2 months in bottles