It was in 1971 that Giuseppe Cortese decided to start producing Barbaresco in his own vineyards, strongly believing in the potential of this area; thus the first Barbaresco Rabajà was born. Today the company involves Giuseppe’s sons who cultivate about 8 hectares of vineyards with method and passion in full Rabajà. Austerity intertwined with elegance is how we could describe the wines of this company which combine the very first characteristic of the Nebbiolo grape with the nuances dictated by the climate and the particular soils.
Fermentation in stainless steel containers. Aging for 3 months in steel.
Intense ruby red color with violet hues. On the nose The nose is expressed with hints of red fruits such as currant and cherry, floral notes of violet and iris and hints of juniper. On the palate it is warm and decisive; the tannins are velvety and the persistence is very long.
In combination with meat risottos, also with red, stewed and grilled meats.