Barbaresco Roncaglie DOCG
Poderi Colla was established in 1993, but has been rooted in Piedmont winemaking for over three hundred years, with its forefathers helping write its history, even helping outline production regulations for Alba DOC wines. The winery aims to create wines with little intervention and lots of intuition, bringing out the best of the terroir. Poderi Colla consists of three estates: Cascine Drago in Alba, located in the heart of the Langhe appellation; Tenuta Roncaglia, in the historic Barbaresco appellation; and Tenuta Dardi Le Rose, seven hectares of Barolo in the coveted Bussia cru in Monforte.
Located in Roncaglie, Barbaresco is traditionally considered one of the most prestigious areas for Barbaresco wines. The winery has about eight hectares under vine, with various plantings starting in 1970, south and southwestern exposure and good altitudes.
Roncaglie comes from the Latin word roncaleis, which was the name of a former Roman settlement and means “steep road.”
A classic rendition representing the elegance of its terroir, this Barbaresco features great depth, personality and intensity. Ages in oak for about twelve to fourteen months.
Wine exported to
Korea, Puerto Rico, Australia
30 °C (86 °F)
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5.37 hectares (13 acres)
240-280 meters (787-920 feet) above sea level
4,000-5,000 vines per hectare
1970, 1980, 1995, 2010
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Intense ruby with subtle orange nuances; appealing and non-aggressive, extremely complex bouquet with notes of rose petals (typical of Nebbiolo), spices, red fruit and underbrush; very full-bodied while also elegant and feminine in style. Intense, persistent, pleasing, noble.
Best served at 16-18 °C (60.8-64.4 °F)
Great with red meat and feathered game.
Great aging potential, 15-20 years
Alcohol 13-14 % ; Acidity 5-5.5 gr/l