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In the Piemont area on the hills between Serralung d’Alba and Sinio, Enrico Rivetto runs his winery. The wine’s passion as well as his great knowledge have been anchored in the family for four generations, but Enrico represents the clear ideology that’s behind the winery: a strictly biodynamic production, as well as a viticulture in harmony with nature, territory, and people.

An extremely pleasing and drinkable wine that, despite its slightly higher alcohol percentage, never loses its fruity notes. Vineyards are located on the top of the Lirano hill, between the villages of Sinio and Serralunga d’Alba. This is where the border of the Barolo area crosses the property, giving Enrico Rivetto the reason to always do his best.

Appellation: Langhe DOC

Vineyard: Vineyards on the Lirano hill, between the villages Sinio and Serralunga d’Alba

Vineyard training system: Guyot

Vineyard soil: limestone, rich in clay and marl

Vinification: maturation in large barrels for 12 months

Food Pairings: vitello tonnato, white meat, sausages, ham, ravioli

Characteristics: red colour with Bordeaux reflexes, concentrated, notes of dark berries, smooth tannins, enveloping taste, long-lasting finish

Awards 2018: James Suckling, Robert Parker

Awards 2017: Wine Spectator

Awards 2016: James Suckling

Awards 2013: Wine Spectator

Contains sulfites