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We like to think that Vespolina is the most interesting red varietal native to the Piedmont; it’s certainly less famous than its cousin Nebbiolo, but it’s so delicious! The wine is fermented in stainless steel to keep it bright and fresh; it’s meant you be consumed young where the freshness can balance a plush persistence. Deep red berries and dark fruits like plum are met with notes of mushrooms, wildflowers, and velvety spice. Not only is this a tasty wine, it’s pretty rare…in 2000 only 267 acres of Vespolina were planted! Do yourself a favor and pull a cork to enjoy a delicious taste of history.


Varietal - Vespolina

Origin - Italy, Piedmont

Ca’Nova Vespolina

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