Grumello Riserva

Nebbiolo grapes, locally called Chiavennasca, come from “Dossi salati” (which roughly translates “Salted Hills”), the highest vineyards of the Grumello area. The orientation 100% south and the sandy-gravelly ground produce full-bodied wines, bound to stimulate your senses over time.
Recommended serving temperature: 16° - 18°.
Grapes: Nebbiolo (Chiavennasca).

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Grumello Riserva
Grumello Riserva


Inferno Riserva

Great personality wine, produced from the vinification of carefully selected grapes from the smallest and rockiest subzone of Valtellina Superiore. Rough in its early days, it tends to soften after the long ageing in new French oak barrels and the preservation in bottles lying down in cool, dry cellars.
Recommended serving temperature: 16° - 18°.
Grapes: Nebbiolo (Chiavennasca).

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Inferno Riserva
Inferno Riserva


Sassella Riserva

Red wine with good potential ageing, particularly agreeable already after two or three years. Robust and austere, it is produced only in the best vintage years from a careful selection of Nebbiolo grapes from the best vineyards. Aged in Slavonian oak barrels, can be kept ageing for a long time in lying bottles.
Recommended serving temperature: 16° - 18°.
Grapes: Nebbiolo (Chiavennasca).

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Sassella Riserva
Sassella Riserva


Crespino

When Crespino (rosehip berries) reaches the highest splendour of its colours, it is the ideal time to harvest Nebbiolo grapes coming from the terracing perched on the living rock in the subzones of Valtellina Superiore. Fermentation and maturation take place in light toasted new French oak barrels over a period of 15 months. After that, it is of vital importance to keep it ageing for at least 12 months in cool, dark cellars before release.
Recommended serving temperature: 16° - 18°.
Grapes: Nebbiolo (Chiavennasca).

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Crespino
Crespino