Nestled in the verdant landscape of Piedmont, Italy, Roagna Winery has been embedded in the rich tapestry of viticulture for over two centuries. Renowned for its deep roots in the regional tradition of wine-making, it produces some of the most exquisite Barolo and Barbaresco wines that are a true testament to the winery's ethos of quality and heritage.
In the heart of the Langhe region, the winery boasts 12 hectares of vineyards, famed for their impressive age. A major portion of the vines dates back to the mid-20th century, contributing to the depth and complexity of flavours that Roagna wines bring forth. Predominantly utilising the Nebbiolo grape, a varietal native to this region, the winery also brilliantly cultivates the Dolcetto and Barbera grapes, adding to the diversity of their wine range.
Roagna Winery's commitment to a natural, meticulous approach to wine production is what sets it apart. From tending to the vines to bottling the finished product, every step displays a reverence for time-honoured methods and sustainable practices. The long period of maceration sustained by the Roagna wines, sometimes extending beyond three months, enables a profound expression of terroir in each bottle.
The iconic Roagna Barolo and Barbaresco, embody the winery's exceptional craftsmanship and nuanced understanding of the region's unique geographical character. As a testament to the winery's calibre, these wines often take up to ten years to reach maturity, offering a sublime palette of intense fruit and spicy notes that linger on the palate.
With its enchanting combination of centuries-old traditions, slow-winemaking techniques and an unwavering commitment to nature Roagna Winery continues to uphold its position as a torchbearer of authentic Piedmontese wines. Visit Roagna and you'll be welcomed into a world where each sip is a resonant echo of Italy’s rich vinicultural past: and each bottle, a promise of its flourishing future.
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