Chewy dark fruits enveloped by tannins and spice.
Deep ruby red, intense aromas of black fruits and licorice complement chocolate, mocha, and hints of tea-tree oil. Great acidity and well-integrated oak lead to great structure and a long finish.
Castello di Neive gets its name from the huge castle that sits on their estate. Rebuilt in the 1750s after being destroyed in 1274, the cellars were originally designed for wine making and storage and still fill that purpose today.
- Region: Italy / Piedmont