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.
Rabajá vineyard has been considered one of the best vineyards of Barbaresco since the 19th century and this plot was bought by Francesco Rocca in 1958. The specific soil characteristics produce top quality wines with great ageing potential.
Garnet in colour, this intensely perfumed wine has floral aromas of violets and rosehips, a hint of butter and red fruit notes of raspberry and cherry. These aromas follow onto the palate which is warm and mouth-filling, framed by broad Nebbiolo tannins that have been softened by the warm autumn. Elegant and long.
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