2017 Langhe Rossese Bianco Rosserto, Giovanni Manzone

Rossese Bianco is a grape variety that patriarch Giovanni worked very hard to bring back from extinction. There's a breadth of flavour here, with weight on the palate, balanced with amazing salinity and a piercing acidity. This is juicy and moreish, and will age well, too.

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Case, 6 Bottles
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  • Region & country
    Langhe (DOC), Piedmont, Italy (North West), Italy
  • Maturity
    Ready 2021 - 2025
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  • Style
  • Unit Volume
    Bottle (75cl.)
2017 Langhe Rossese Bianco Rosserto, Giovanni Manzone
Giovanni Manzone

A family run estate based in the little village of Monforte, Manzone represent the charm and generosity of the Barolo region. Cheerful and hardworking winemaker Mauro Manzone joined the family estate in 2005, with sister Mirella following in 2012. They work alongside father Giovanni to make Barolos that are approachable with pure fruit, but remain recognisably true to their roots. They’re fantastic for anyone first approaching the wines of Barolo.

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