Langhe Doc Chardonnay

Tasting characteristics

Appearance: more or less bright straw yellow depending on the vintage.
Bouquet: the most fanciful scents of ripe fruit and an excellent mineral quality emerge, together with optimal freshness.
Flavour: warm and expansive, it envelops the palate with gentleness and character, ending with a lingering aftertaste; undoubtedly blessed with the structure provided by the Langa soils.
It is best to serve it at temperatures between 12-15°C.
This wine belongs to the ranks of structured whites, capable of evolving and improving as time goes by. It is very good with saltwater and some freshwater fish dishes, such as trout. The combination with white and red meats is exceptional when they are cooked slowly with delicate spices.


Langhe Doc Chardonnay

  • Made from Chardonnay grapes.
  • Altitude: 330 m above sea level.
  • Total surface area: 4.2 hectares.
  • Soil composition: marly lime.
  • Training system and vine density: traditional Guyot; with about 5.500 vines per hectare.
  • Yield per hectare: 5,5 tonnes.
  • Average age of vines: 20 years.
  • Harvest: manual, usually in the second half of September.
  • First year of production: 1992.
  • Vinification and ageing: partially vinified and aged in barriques; the wine remains on fermenting yeasts for about 6 months before being bottled to complete the maturing process. It is released for sale after at least 6 months in bottle.
  • Note: thanks to meticulous care in the vineyard and very particular vinification, supervised almost obsessively, even in these lands which traditionally produce red wines, it is possible to obtain a rich and potent white, capable of ageing for many years and giving authentic emotions, which almost surprise even the most demanding palates.

Style Sheet

Langhe Doc Chardonnay

  • 29/09/2020
  • James Suckling

    “A chardonnay with attractive aromas and flavors of sliced cooked apples

  • 30/11/2018
  • James Suckling

    A bright and lively chardonnay with sliced-apple, pear and peach flavors

  • 25/09/2015
  • Wine Review Online

    A restrained Chardonnay, showing no glitz or flash, but rather excellent