320 above s.l
Batistin | Roero
The grapes are manually harvested in mid-October and are vinified through a soft destemming followed by fermentation in stainless steel with selected yeasts at controlled temperature. Follows a subsequent 20 days maceration on the skins, with frequent pumping over and delestage. The wine refines for 24 months in large Slavonian oak barrels (10 hl). The aging ends in lying bottles after 6 months.
Technical notes about Batistin, Roero DOCG
Ruby red wine with orange highlights. The scent is broad with notes of spices, black fruits and dried rose. On the palate there are black fruits and strawberry jam; elegant, persistent with a well-dosed tannin.
Food & WinePairing
This wine should be served at room temperature. It goes very well with lamb, roasts, fillet, braised meats, game and aged cheeses.