Campo Romano Pinot Nero Langhe DOC
Burgundian Pinot Noir from old vines, planted in 1977, at 330 meters (1,080 feet), above sea level, with western exposure. Ages in oak barrels for twelve months. It shows the elegance and finesse of the French Pinot Noir, which perfectly unites with Piedmont’s signature structure. The name is a tribute to the vineyard’s “prior use.” When the land was plowed prior to planting, relics, such as brick fragments, tiles, and amphorae from a Roman settlement were found.
The wine itself features lovely aromas, well-integrated tannins, and a long-lasting finish; it is quite cellar-worthy. It is especially lovely paired with Piedmont’s traditional dish of agnolotti (meat ravioli).
Wine exported to
Korea, Puerto Rico, Australia
100% Pinot Nero
30 °C (86 °F)
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2.69 hectares (6.64 acres)
330 meters (1,082 feet) above sea level
4,000 vines per hectare
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Delicate ruby red with lively rose-colored reflections; very elegant bouquet showing spicy notes of white pepper as well as fruity and floral aromas; on the palate, there is remarkable balance, finesse and persistence, with elegant notes of oak and a smooth, appealing texture.
Best served at 16-18 °C (60.8-64.4 °F).
Goes well with agnolotti pasta and roast fowl.
Good aging potential, 10 years very easily
Alcohol 12,5-13,5 % ; Acidity 5-5.5 gr/l