The Piedmont lands have always given a series of productions and wineries appreciated both nationally and internationally such as the Antica Cascina dei Conti di Roero.
Born in the 50s, today it stands out for the production quality and respect for biodiversity carried out by Daniela and Luigi at the head of the winery.
All the work takes place on a territory recognized as a World Heritage Site by Unesco and where terroir, man and fauna coexist in mutual respect.
Langhe Favorita comes from a grape variety that arrived in Piedmont via the ancient salt route, through the exchanges that took place with the Ligurian population and owes its name "Favorita" from the fact that it was the favorite wine of the "bela Rusin" the favorite of the King.
A fresh and elegant white to taste during a summer aperitif.
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Giallo paglierino con riflessi verdognoli.
Bouquet delicato di frutta fresca e fiori bianchi estivi; note di gelsomino, banana, frutta esotica.
Fresco, pieno, discretamente strutturato.
Pinzimonio di verdure, primi piatti leggeri, grigliate di pesce. Ottimo come aperitivo.
0,75 L Standard
Raccolta dei grappoli a mano in piccole ceste da 20 kg. Inizio di Settembre.
Vezza d'Alba, Canale d'Alba (CN)
In tini di acciaio per 4 mesi.
Pigiatura con pressatura soffice. Fermentazione lenta (13-14 °C) gradi per garantire la conservazione dei profumi.
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Name: Antica Cascina dei Conti di Roero Start-up year: 1957 Cultivated hectares: 13 Winemaker name: Gianfranco Cordero Address: Località Val Rubiagno, 2 - Vezza d'Alba (CN) Web Site: www.oliveropietro.it
The Antica Cascina dei Conti di Roero estate was established in the early 1950s, when the Olivero family, Danielas parents, bought the Valmenera farmhouse in Vezza dAlba. They added the land and vineyards already owned in the Certuti region, better known as Sru, in the municipal districts of Canale and Monteu Roero, now a UNESCO World Heritage core zone. In the beginning, it was a typical farm, cultivating fruit, vines and cereal crops, as well as keeping livestock. The turnaround came in the early Seventies, when the decision was made to focus exclusively on viticulture and winemaking.
The land is in our blood.?Our idea of winegrowing can be explained in a single word: authenticity. This is a concept that we apply in the vineyard, in the cellar and in our life. Today we make about 100 thousand bottles. This isnt a job, its our way of life.