Most widely planted in Italy’s Piedmont region, this versatile red can range from medium-bodied tangy cherry quaffer to wines of great richness and depth. With naturally high acidity (which refreshes the palate), this makes an excellent wine to serve with food.
Blackberry, plum, and dark cherry fruit flavors dominate, with notes of licorice, chocolate, and freshly tilled soil.
Antipasti, bruschetta, vegetable pasta.
Roasted chicken, mushroom dishes, salmon, pork.
Braised pork, lamb, and beef dishes.
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