This Rosé Rosato comes from the neighborhood of the town of Barolo in the Piedmont region of Italy. The producing winery has existed for 180 years and is continued in the family tradition. Wines typical for the region are produced there. The Rosé Rosato consists of half of the local Barbera grape and half of the Nebbiolo grape. The wine has a very strong and spicy smell with the typical aromas of the two grape varieties. Notes of dark cherries and some forest floor and herbs come into their own. Just as it smells, it also has a strong taste. It has light tannins and a present acidity. The fruity aromas come into their own. The rosé has an overall vinous character and makes it an ideal accompaniment to hearty poultry dishes.