From: Piedmont, Italy
Tasting Notes: Germano's Langhe Nebbiolo is a very fresh and clean wine with an emphasis on bright fruit flavors and youthful drinkability. The wine is fermented in steel with a very short skin contact to minimize the amount of tannins that are extracted. Cherries and violets waft from the glass and are present on a full-bodied, integrated palate. The finish is intense and refreshing.
Pairing: Enjoy with light meat dishes or hot antipasti.
The Germano estate, founded in 1856 by Francis Germano, began as a wine-growing property. It quickly established itself as one of the premier wine-growing estates in all of Piemonte. Today the estate is run by Sergio Germano. Sergio's father, Ettore, was long recognized as a master grafter of the region. Producers all over the appellation paid him by the vine to replant their vineyards. So it comes as no surprise that Sergio has emerged as one of the best producers in Piemonte. After taking over in 1993, he merged his formidable technical winemaking knowledge with his family's great terroir, old vines, and incredible tradition, creating an estate that has become among the very best in Piedmont.
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