The Rocca family originates from Barbaresco. Bruno Rocca took charge of the family business when his father died in 1978, and decided that all the wine produced by the estate would from then on be sold in bottle. The family now has 15 hectares of vineyards. Stylistically, Bruno is a consummate modernist, making wines with great intensity of fruit while retaining the structure and elegance of the Langhe at its best.
This wine is a selection of the best grapes from Neive’s vineyard Cru Currá, planted in the early 19th century. The parish church of Neive used to own this land and gave it the name “curà”, which in Piedmont dialect means “well cared for.”
Sweet floral aromas of rose and violet are predominant on the nose, along with a hint of fresh mint and spices. On the palate, it is elegant and harmonious, with a good acidity balancing the concentration of body and flavours. Long and concentrated, the floral aromas return on the finish.
Sustainable, Vegetarian, Vegan