Alessandro says that, in his memory, the Alta Langa area has always been associated with La Malora, with Fenoglian narrative, and with the hard work of people who have always lived above 600 meters above sea level and who, with dedication and commitment, have spent a lifetime tending hazelnut groves.
Today, although many years have passed, these people can enjoy the advantage of cultivating their land with chardonnay and pinot vines, and Alessandro believes that for them this opportunity is a real achievement.
Since he does not have any vineyards in Alta Langa, Alessandro joyfully dedicates his wine to those who provide him with the grapes to make it and adds, “it is nice to buy from these people who have finally had recognition.”
It is straw yellow in color.
Its aroma is intense and recalls typical Chardonnay notes combined with a pleasant hint of bread crust.
The flavor is fresh, dry, delicately acidic mitigated by a remarkable smoothness.
Although not everyone likes them, Alta Langa is absolutely to be paired with oysters. Of course, you can also serve it as an aperitif or during the toasts of great occasions.
What to avoid it with? With meat sauce, no kidding.
It’s your guy if…
…You decide to sip a drink with bubbles and not burp. True, it’s funny, but these bubbles, which cost so much, are completely natural because they are produced by yeasts 🙂
Enjoy the Silence – Depeche Mode