“A ripe and fruity nose, dominated somewhat by barrique. Integration on the palate is good however and the finish delivers a rounded, soft feeling of berry fruit, chocolate, coffee with moderate acidity.”
The Conterno family has been making wines in Monforte for more than two hundred years. Today they produce 80,000 bottles from around twenty-five hectares, many of which are now more than sixty years old.
The Demarie family have been producing wines at Vezza d’Alba, in the heart of the Roero region, for three generations. Today the company is known for good quality artisan wines from the local varieties of Piemdont, and in particular, for their trust in the local Arneis grape.