Langhe Nebbiolo – CASTELLO DI PERNO

CASTELLO DI PERNO producer’s sheet

The Langhe Nebbiolo comes from the Gramolere cru in Monforte d’Alba. Since Castello di Perno’s vines are on a north facing slope, the resulting wine cannot be labelled Barolo. All the better for the wine drinker, because the result is an over-performing Langhe Nebbiolo of excellent concentration and complexity. A shorter maceration than for the Barolo wines ensures an accessible, generous style, but still showing all the subtleties and beauties that characterize Gian Luca Colombo’s handling of the Nebbiolo variety.

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Grape variety



General informations

  • Appellation: Langhe Nebbiolo DOC, Italy

  • Varieties: 100% Nebbiolo


  • Viticulture: certified organic from 2021 vintage, in conversion to biodynamic

Wine processing

  • Winemaking: grapes are destemmed, with 48 hours cold soak followed by spontaneous fermentation and 20 days maceration.
    Ageing for 8 months in 20hl Austrian oak Stockinger


  • Style: orange-scented aromas, fresh, generous fruit, accessible and full of immediate pleasure

  • Ageing potential: will drink well for 7+ years after the vintage

Analytical data

  • Alcohol: 14%

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