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Roagna Langhe Rosso 2016

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Roagna Langhe Rosso 2016 from Piedmont, Italy. Wine is made from the producers youngest vines, aged around 25 years old. The wine is then aged in a neutral oak barrel for approximately five years.


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Roagna is a family-owned Piemontese producer based in Barbaresco. It had been producing wine well before its official classification in 1890, and is particularly known for its Barbaresco Crichët Pajé cuvée, one of the highest-priced wines produced in Italy.

Roagna owns 12 hectares (30 acres) of vines, including four small plots in the Barbaresco cru vineyards Asili, Carso, Montefico and Pajè, plus 7ha (17 acres) at Pira in Castiglione Falleto, Barolo. In addition, there are several collaborations in place with owners of other prestigious vineyard plots.

The portfolio is headed by the Crichët Pajé wine, as well as a Barbaresco Riserva and a range of other single-vineyard Barbaresco wines. Roagna also produces a Barolo from the Pira vineyard, a Dolcetto d’Alba and a Barbera d’Alba, as well as a red and white wine under the Langhe DOC.

In the winery, fruit undergoes a long wild yeast fermentation with a submerged cap. Large oak vats are used for barrel-aging as well as fermentation. The Roagna wines are then bottled without fining or filtration.







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