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Roagna's Barbera d'Alba DOC 2014 grows in the vineyards owned by Pira in Castiglione Falletto with south-east exposure on the Serralunga side. It is a vine that we can now define as historic for Roagna as it was purchased in 1989 and with a planted area of 0.34 ha. The number of annual bottles is usually around 2000 specimens.
Roagna's Dolcetto d'Alba DOC 2018 is born in one hectare of vineyard in the Carso area - a natural continuation of the renowned Asili cru in the Municipality of Barbaresco - from vines facing South West. The Dolcetto grapes, harvested by hand, are vinified with indigenous yeasts in wood with maceration of 25-30 days, before being bottled it rests in steel...
Roagna's Langhe Rosso DOC 2014 in its own vineyards located between the area of Serralunga d'Alba (Rocche del Falletto) and that of Barbaresco (Pajè). It is a wine that Roagna has "created" for a younger and more carefree consumption than its Barbaresco and Barolo, in fact the macerations and refinements have been reduced compared to the other wines of...
Roagna's fundamental principles can be summarized in the concept of forest. A natural environment is the perfect habitat for life; our family helps the vine in its vegetative and productive phases without ever forcing it. The land is perpetually grassed and different varieties can be appreciated. If they were cut down or killed many species would die at the expense of biodiversity.
We are certain that Humus produced from hundreds of different herbs is much more complex than that obtained from a single variety. Depending on the vineyard, sometimes there are wild mint bushes, rather than broad beans, spontaneous legumes and an infinite number of herbs with fragrant flowers.
The thinning is believed to be due to an imbalance of the plants for this reason it is practiced only on the vines under twenty years, luckily as the vines age they are more in balance to reach an excellent adaptability over the age of 50.
In the sands of the Pira there are still some ungrafted vines. Roagna records the presence and importance of historic vineyards and old vines.
When a vine dies it is replaced with one born from mass selection of the same vineyard.