Ruvaj, Nebbiolo d' Alba d.o.c.
The grape variety Nebbiolo is a Piedmontese autochthon variety. In the I century AD. Pliny the Elder praised the qualities of this grape variety. The first clear passage about the name Nebbiolo dates back to 1268, while the first passage about its cultivation in Roero dates back to 1303. This variety is famous for long aging wines like Barolo, Barbaresco and Ghemme. An elegant and fruity feature distinguishes the Alba-d.o.c. The name Ruvaj
stays for the bush in the company woodlands.
Features. Clear garnet colour. Fruity and typical bouquet with hints of rasperry, geranium and wild strawberry and spicy hints of cinnamon and vanilla. Velvety and harmonious in mouth.
Pairing. Tasty fish dishes (like anchovies in green sauce or spicy fish soups), pasta with ragout sauce, truffle dishes, roasted and grilled meats, cheeses. Serve at 16-18° C.