Marengo Langhe Rosso


Made from Nebbiolo and Barbera grapes


loamy sand, calcareous and deep


South-West, West

Training system:

Classic Guyot in the counter


in red over the cup with daily pumping over, long maceration on skins, racking and subsequent malolactic fermentation


in small oak wood barrel (barriques) for around 18 months followed by a period of 6 months in bottle before the sale

The Marengo Langhe Rosso comes from the skilful combination of Nebbiolo and Barbera delle Langhe grapes which, with different organoleptic characteristics, compensate and harmonize each other; helped by a careful and discreet aging in wood, they give rise to a wine full of emotions whose organoleptic characteristics are the following


very intense, bright garnet with light purple reflections


net, ample, intense, with notes of rose, blackberry, vanilla, cocoa, liquorice and light toasted hazelnut


full, harmonious, sapid, with a slightly dry and pleasant finish

It goes well with meat second courses: roasted, grilles, wild game and medium-aged cheese