Langhe Bianco 2013 Roagna DOC
Langhe Bianco by Roagna is a wine produced in Piedmont. It has a pale straw yellow color and a delicate flavor; it is excellent to combine with hors d'oeuvres, seafood and fish dishes
- Vino bianco
- Production area
- Excellent with hors d'oeuvres, seafood and fish dishes
- 0,75 l.
- Straw yellow
HISTORY AND COMPANY
One could think of the members of the Roagna family coma as winemakers of other times, experts in their vineyards and in every inch of their lands. Certainly they are excellent producers, not at all conservative: they observe, they select, they demand the integrity of the fruit and the maturity of the bunch; they try, experiment, with the sole aim of enhancing the grape variety and the land on which they were born; they live to make wine, respecting tradition but at the same time trying to improve it. The Roagna winery is now run by Luca, who is now the fifth generation of the family, and by his father Alberto. Both work in the vineyard and in the cellar, favoring nature and patiently respecting the course of time, without intruding intrusively on the ripening of the grapes. Balance is the watchword of their philosophy: that of plants and living beings that animate the vineyard and that of the natural processes that, in the cellar, give rise to the wine. The cultivation of vines and winemaking in the cellar is based on principles declared in a "Manifesto Roagna", divided into ten points, among which we read: use of old vines, biodiversity, prohibition of pesticides and herbicides, exclusive use of yeasts indigenous and long maturation. The wines produced contain the essence of this virtuous and enlightened production philosophy and represent the great and modern expression of a craftsmanship that has been handed down for generations.