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  • Nebbiolo Tasting Notes

    Italian grape varietal that’s most known for the wines of Barolo and Barbaresco. Notes of cherry, leather anise with high tannins. Best paired with richer dishes such as duck cassoulet, beef wellington, venison stew, and braised short ribs.

    Sweetness
    Dry Sweet
    Body
    Light Full
    Acidity
    Low High
    Tannin
    Low High

    Red Cherry

    Strawberry

    Leather

    Smoke

    Cedar

    Mushroom

    Nebbiolo – Fun Facts

    High-quality wines made with Nebbiolo are extremely age-worthy for at least 30 years and onwards.

    Name comes from Italian word “nebia” which transaltes to “fog”.

    Responsible for the production of Barbaresco and Barolo in its origin region.

    Nebbiolo – Prominent Grape Growing Areas

    Nebbiolo – Prominent Grape Growing Areas

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