"The Rossese Bianco, cited in ancient books of 17th century, is a indigenous grape coming from Eastern Liguria (Cinqueterre). This grape also spread in the Alba region, Piedmont but it disappeared from both regions because little productive. Manzone Family saved Rossese Bianco from the extinction in an old family vineyard. Manzone Giovanni since 1982 produce an intriguing, age-worthy white with a remarkable structure. After many years of research and bureaucracy with the University of Turin, from 2012 there is a new white DOC appellation in Piedmont: Langhe Rossese Bianco."
Color: Straw yellow with rich and golden tones.
Nose: Intriguing nuances of orange and cedar peel, acacia and broom
flowers with a fresh balsamic note.
Palate: Deep, soft, with a plesant note of melon and peach. Very persistent ending
Varietal Composition: 100% Rossese Bianco
Aging: 12 months on lees in oak